The disposal of waste is one of the biggest environmental challenges facing cities around the world.


The costs for managing solid waste is expected to increase drastically in lower middle (four times)


In 2015, the UN has launched its sustainable development goals program to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. The goals are a clear signal and a call to action for business.


The UN's sustainable development goals (SDG) program explicitly calls on businesses to help solve the world's environmental challenges by 2030 by integrating change, innovation and creativity into their practices and initiatives. The manifesto encourages companies – and especially the large and transnational ones – "to adopt sustainable practices and to integrate sustainability information into their reporting cycle."


Waste management is a global issue with local impact and substantially reducing waste generation through prevention, reduction, recycling and reuse is a core concern of the UN goals aimed at reducing the adverse per capita environmental impact of cities. Can business help solve issues like these by 2030?


The global waste management market was valued at $285.0 billion in 2016, and is expected to reach $435.0 billion by 2023, registering a CAGR of 6.2% from 2017 to 2023Global Solid Waste Management market will increase to $1296.04 billion in 2022. 


Increased globalization and a surge in population and Gross Domestic Product (GDP), among others have led to an increase in the overall waste volume globally. According to World Bank in 2012, urban population produced about 1.3 billion tonnes of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) which is expected to grow to 2.2 billion tonnes in 2025


About maatGreen


maatGreen aligns finance, technology and infrastructure to develop and foster a sustainable world





The result of this asset is the capability of taking in to actions ideas with the company of relevant persons and enterprises around the world.

We can proudly say our initiatives are being “heard” in Europe, Africa, America and the Middle East, this is resulting in counting day by day with more persons and enterprises willing to walk side by side with us.

Within the last 12 months we have realized our position in counseling and advising actions for others was becoming gratefully important, and we started receiving proposals for including ourselves in projects in areas dissimilars as our main activities.

maatGreen has always funded its direction in the idea of human resources and relations as the most important asset, in this new stage of our journey this will be more present than ever, adding new professionals (or companies) with compromise, honesty and human vocation to our developing business branches. With the continuous and entuthiastic spirit of the well done job, our group will enter in this new jouneys with the same idea.


maatGreen offering is oriented to deploy smart infrastructures and clean-tech iniciatives, aligning maatGreen's Core Practices: Project Finance, Project Management, Cloud & Smart Technologies and Smart Infrastructures.


Iniciatives, especially in the case of cleantech-related ventures, suggesting that concern surrounding the environment and climate change coupled with the “green stimulus package” are driving resources and top innovation to this area.


Geographically, we have iniciatives and projects around the world, with special focus in four regions: Latam, Magreb, South Africa Region and Middle East.


The projects in which we provide support are active in important fields in the main categories of energy and environment, health and information technologies, telecommunications, transport and public infrastructures, and new media.


maatGreen is providing Strategic Vision about how Disruptive Models could rethink and redesign regions and countries, providing a new vision, thought the alignment of infrastructures, technology and knowledge