The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry and PT Matic Environmental Services Ltd have renewed their bronze collaboration agreement with the aim of supporting the Circular Economy Committee.
“We are honoured to be partnering once again with a business leader such as PT Matic in our strive to embrace sustainable measures within the business sphere,” said Marisa Xuereb, The Malta Chamber President, ahead of the signing.
“Working together composed of leading businesses in the field, the committee has responded to various public consultations and played a leading role in policy formation at The Malta Chamber, informing, amongst other documents, its recommendations on the Annual Budget 2023. The committee's vision is for a smart, sustainable island in which the private sector plays a leading part in an effective, efficient and innovative waste management system. Moving forward, the committee will continue to make the case to government to find joint solutions to turn problematic waste streams into national opportunities,” said President Xuereb.
“It is our pleasure to renew our support to The Malta Chamber through continued dialogue on Circular Economy and by putting forward proposals that benefit both industry and the community alike. The Malta Chamber continues to offer the ideal platform for the exchange of ideas and for private enterprise to lead the way in terms of sustainability and establishing a circular approach to resource use,” says Ing. Oliver Fenech, General Manager of PT Matic Environmental Services Ltd.
The Bronze Collaboration Alliance Agreement was signed by Marisa Xuereb and Chris Vassallo Cesareo as President and Deputy President of The Malta Chamber, respectively, and Ing. Oliver Fenech as General Manager of PT Matic Environmental Services Ltd.