Dubai Municipality joins hands with MECTW as 'Sus...
Dubai Municipality has extended its support to the Middle East Cleaning Technology Week (MECTW) for the second consecutive year. ...
BIR welcomes India's latest provision regarding s...
DGFT’s new procedures allow certain scrap yards to self-certify processed metallic scrap for export through designated Customs Ports ...
- Bee'ah and Khorfakkan City Municipality sign agreement
- 'No More Food to Waste' conference focuses on exchange of best practices and experiences to control food waste
- Dubai Municipality joins hands with MECTW as 'Sustainability Partner'
- Global medical waste management market to gain momentum from 2015-2019
- Government proposes new draft rules on construction waste management in India
- New tool connecting Recyclers with Congress launched
- BIR welcomes India's latest provision regarding scrap metal imports
- Two-fraction automated underground waste recycling system operational in India's first smart city
- ISRI releases 'Scrap Specifications Circular' updates
- Evac to furnish Atlantic Mercy ship with its total waste management system
Khaled Al Huraimel, Group CEO of Bee’ah, outlines their plans for sustainable development in an interview with Swaliha Shanavas, highlighting the significance of their Waste-to-Energy project and their goal to become the first city in the Middle East to achieve Zero waste to landfill through their strategic approach to integrated waste management.