Sims Metals Management to install 7 new waste-to-energy conversion plants

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by Jessica Amir

Metal and electronics recycling company, Sims Metal Management (ASX:SGM) held an investor day in New York highlighting its plan to install and operate seven plants in 10 years that covert waste-to-energy.

The plan is to reduce waste disposal and energy costs over the long-term, and to be the leading landfill energy company in Australia, helping to create ‘a world without waste’.

The business also highlighted another new business goal, to buy or build a minimum of 50 megawatts of sites within the next six years, growing its 250 facilities across the world.

At its investor day it also reiterated its plan to secure additional large city municipal recycling contracts by 2025.

Shares in Sims Metal Management (ASX:SGM) are trading 1.27 per cent lower at $10.86. Year-on-year its shares are 25 per cent lower.
 

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