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Argentina's environment ministry has launched a tender to build a solid waste treatment plant in Rosario, Santa Fe province, daily La Capital reported.
The project, financed by the World Bank, is slated to cost over 11.5mn pesos (US$2.8mn) and will have capacity to process 250t/d, or some 30% of the city's waste.
Bids are due to be opened on August 22, and work should be launched 60 days later. The project is due to wrap up in eight months.