Suez Cement Group of Companies (SCGC) under the guidance of Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency (EEAA) has started the implementation of a new integrated alternative fuel system at its Kattameya plan in New Cairo. The integrated alternative fuel system will use agricultural and municipal wastes. According to Mohamed Aymen, SGCC environment affairs manager, following EEAA approval testing has started at Kattameya through a pilot feeding line. "All these agricultural and municipal wastes will be recycled and used as an alternative fuel after being safely burnt at cement kilns," said Aymen. While the environmental impact assessment for using alternative fuel systems at the Suez plant is underway, the project's feeding line will already be applied as planned at the company's Helwan plant this year informed Carlo Foroni, technical director of the SCGC.