The world loses or wastes a staggering 25 percent to 33 percent of the food it produces for consumption, losses that can mean the difference between an adequate diet and malnutrition in many countries, the World Bank said in a report.
Mondelēz International, the world’s biggest snacks food company, has highlighted the importance of eliminating wastage in the food industry.
Speaking at the ‘World Food Security Summit’ at ‘Gulfood 2014&rsq
Local and international companies will showcase waste management technologies and solutions at the inaugural EcoWaste 2014 event.
The dedicated waste management and recycling event in the Middle East will be held in Abu Dhabi from
Subsidised petrol and electricity programmes are causing a huge waste of energy across the Gulf and threatening economies, Oman's oil and gas minister said on Sunday, in a rare official warning over surging demand in the region.
Abu Dhabi-based Masdar, a leading renewable energy company, has joined hands with The Center of Waste Management - Abu Dhabi (CWM) to launch a new international exhibition dedicated to waste management and recycling.
Unilever’s Lipton Jebel Ali factory based in Dubai has installed a composting machine to treat the organic waste output recently.
This installation follows its revelation that the factory has achieved its goal of sending zer
Waste management professionals will gather to discuss practices to effectively manage waste at a forum to be held in Dubai, in November.
The Waste Management Middle East Forum will be held on November 11 and 12.
Unilever, a leading FMCG company, in partnership with Choithram, a UAE-based retailer, has launched a campaign to promote water conservation and waste management.
The 10-day campaign provides consumers with water conservation tips
DuPont, one of the leading market-driven science companies, is commemorating World Environment Day with the launch of its innovative science-based products and solutions that helps minimize food wastage.
The company has been colla
The Center of Waste Management – Abu Dhabi has awarded contracts worth over Dh770 million ($210 million) to two companies for collection and transfer of waste, cleaning of streets, coasts and beaches in the emirate.