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Gulf companies for our Waste-to-Energy Assistance. A milestone for our company was achieved this week when we received 2 enquiries from Oman in the span of one week- One requesting for consultancy services feasibility studies preparation and the other requesting for our training services in Waste to Energy preparation.

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