Public and private sector eco-friendly practices to be highlighted at Gulf Eco 2013
- Oman: Sunday, January 13 - 2013 at 13:35
- PRESS RELEASE
Gulf Eco 2013 taking place from 20th -22nd January, 2013 at the Oman International Exhibition Centre encourages public sector companies to come forward and share their techniques, solutions, services and equipment that will ultimately result in a cleaner, greener, eco friendlier Oman.
Oman Drydock Company (ODC) established a NIX Recycling plant, incinerator and Slude and Slop facility which treats the waste from its blasting operations and prevents negative impact on the environment specifically the marine environment.
ITA's (Information Technology Authority) Green Initiative sees employees of ITA incorporate green culture within the working environment leading to management of energy requirements and reduction of waste.
Haya Water aided the agricultural sector through providing farmers their Kala Compost product, a by-product of water re-use treatment process, now used increasingly by farmers as an eco-friendly recycled compost and signed an agreement with the College of Agricultural & Marine Sciences, SQU to mark their commitment towards the agricultural sector.
Ray International's Oil Sludge Treatment initiative through its oil sludge treatment plant at Qarn Alam treats hazardous waste and converts it into harmless by products, the first of its kind of technology, that has been put to commercial use solely in the Sultanate of Oman.
Oasis International Trading FDC biological wastewater purification stations offer the best solution to handle the municipal and household wastewater purification tasks. The organisation's industrial wastewater and oily waste purification systems are intended to purify oily waste, storm sewage water, wastewaters and ship bilge waste.
Gulf Eco 2013 will showcase leading environmental friendly technological solutions by leading private and public sector companies. The event is organised by OITE Trade Fairs, under the patronage of the Ministry of Environment and Climate Affairs.
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