Bee'ah to present waste processes in Saudi Arabia
The environmental waste management firm has engaged in talks with Al Madina Al Monawara Regional Municipality to discuss deployment of waste management technology and processes.
Bee’ah, an environmental waste management company based in Sharjah, UAE, has commenced talks with municipal officials in Saudi Arabia to introduce waste processes to the Kingdom.
Meeting with representatives of Al Madina Al Monawara Regional Municipality’s waste management team, Bee’ah delegation presented a range of potential ultra-modern project concepts.
These included zero waste to landfill systems, improving recycling processes, as well as an education programme dedicated to raising awareness amongst citizens on sustainability.
The delegation was headed by Fahed Shehail, chief operating officer, Bee'ah, who was welcomed by Al Madina Al Monawara Municipality's team, which included Mayor HE Dr. Khaled bin Abdulkader Taher and Mayor Deputy Salamah al Lahibi.
Also in attendance were assistant undersecretary for environmental affairs Yousif al Hujaili, and Eng. Mohammed Al Alawi, director general of the Cleanliness Department.
Commenting on the visit, Bee’ah’s Shehail said: "We were delighted to have the opportunity to meet with representatives of the Regional Municipality's waste management team in Al Madina Al Monawara, to discuss areas of potential cooperation."
He added: "Bee'ah has considerable expertise in cutting edge waste management systems and processes, as we have invested significantly in world-class technology during recent years, which are capable of modernizing waste management across the GCC."
Khaled Al Huraimel, Group CEO of Bee'ah, shared: "Bee'ah has won many awards in recent years for its best-in-class environmental waste management schemes and for its innovative approach to challenging old-fashioned waste disposal methodologies, including turning waste into energy."
He added: "We are always ready to share our expertise with our partners and we hope to be able to find ways over the coming weeks in which we can work cost effectively with the Al Madina Al Monawara municipality to help save the environment for future generations."