Bee’ah, a leading integrated environmental and waste management company based in the UAE, has announced the signing of a MoU with Sharjah-based budget airline Air Arabia.
As per the agreement, the two will collaborate and sh
UAE-based total integrated facilities management company Farnek has appointed Trish Boyle as the new waste management consultant for its rapidly expanding sustainability business, buoyed in particular by the increasing demand for waste managemen
A rethink on waste streams that circles materials back into the economy instead of sending them to the landfill or incinerating them has the potential to collectively save the global economy up to $1 trillion, said an industry expert.
Veolia, a global environmental services leader, is presenting top-performing technical and environmental waste and waste to energy solutions at the ongoing Waste Management Oman conference.
The event will conclude today (March 12)
Aspects of identifying, transport, treatment, storage facilities and the legislation on trans-boundary movement of hazardous waste will form part of the agenda for an upcoming waste management conference in Muscat.
Organised by Fl
Averda, a UAE provider of international waste management and environmental services, is raising awareness of sustainable waste management practices at an ongoing environmental event in Abu Dhabi.
During the inaugural editio
A total of 50 local and international companies will illustrate the potential to integrate sustainable waste management best practice in the region at an upcoming environmental exhibition in Abu Dhabi.
The inaugural EcoWaste, host
UAE-based West Coast Company, a leading provider of cleaning and waste management products and services, is investing Dh60 million ($16.3 million) to set up a new manufacturing facility in the Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (Kizad).
Abu Dhabi-based Masdar has announced plans to host the emirate’s first international waste management exhibition titled ‘EcoWASTE 2014’ from January 20 to 22 in partnership with the Center of Waste Management - Abu Dhabi (CWM).
UK’s Ashmore Group is engaged in discussions to offload its majority stake in a Saudi waste management firm, two sources aware of the plan said, with a sale likely seen raising about $250-$350 million for the fund manager.