The CDE team with GCUIEC and KAK-Lamor officials.

CDE, a leading provider of wet processing equipment for recycling operations in quarries and mines on the global market, has announced plans to supply two contaminated soils wash plants to support the clean-up effort of an estimated 114 sq km polluted land in Kuwait.

Confirming the supply contract, CDE said it has already signed an agreement with Gulf Center United Industrial Equipment Company (GCUIEC), a leading industrial and engineering services firm and a long-standing partner of CDE in Kuwait, and Kak-Lamor, a joint venture between Kuwaiti EPC contractors Khaled Ali Al-Kharafi and Brothers and Finnish remediation specialist Lamor.

As per the deal inked with Kak-Lamor, CDE will design and engineer a turnkey wash plant for each of the North Kuwait Excavation, Transportation and Remediation (NKETR Zone 1) and South Kuwait Excavation, Transportation and Remediation (SKETR Zone 1) projects.

The two 100-tonnes-perhour (tph) and 140-tph solutions will process and remediate the coarse soil fraction to eliminate contaminants and recover quality washed construction sand and aggregates suitable for reuse.