South Korea signs contract with Iran on generating electricity from waste

iran south korea electricity waste

The Islamic Republic of Iran and South Korea on Monday signed a contract valued at $130 million for generating electricity from waste in Tehran. Korean Rural Community Corporation (KRC) (of South Korea) and Atiyeh Ganjineh Kish of Iran signed the contract. 

Tehran's wastes are buried in Aradkooh south of the capital Tehran. About 8-9 thousand tons of waste materials are collected in Tehran. 

If you are interested in Iran's Energy industry, you may consider below events to attend:

- The 18th Int’l Exhibition Of Environment & Renewable Energy

- The 18th Iran Int’l Electricity Exhibition

- The 14th Iran Int’l Water & Wastewater Exhibition

you can attend these events using IRXP services.

News category: