A delegation from Bee’ah, the Middle East’s leading award-winning fully integrated environmental and waste management company, conducted an official visit to Saudi Arabia last week, and engaged in discussions with officials from Jeddah for cooperation on environmental projects in the Kingdom.
During the visit, Bee’ah’s KSA country manager Ahmad Al-Juhany delivered insightful information about Bee’ah’s pioneering services in waste management and environmental services to officials in the Saudi Presidency of Meteorology and Environment (PME).
Both sides shed new light on the challenges and possibilities of waste management, clean energy, and environmental awareness in the Kingdom.
Officials from both sides assessed the potential cooperation, mainly on improving recycling processes and environmental awareness among the public. This comes as Bee’ah seeks to expand its high-profile environmental services in the GCC region.
Commenting on the visit, Bee’ah’s Group CEO, Khaled Al-Huraimel said: “At Bee’ah, our vision extends beyond the border of our country, the UAE. We’re working on building a smarter future for the region at large, and the core of that vision is environmental sustainability.”
He added: “In Saudi Arabia, there’s a real appetite for a regional framework to tackle some of the most pressing environmental issues; this will cultivate efforts towards a more sustainable future, and Bee’ah can play a role in making this happen.”
Bee’ah’s recent visit to Jeddah is part of the company’s wide-range expansion plan, which includes delivering high-end environmental solutions to the GCC area, as well as providing state-of-the-art waste management schemes to ensure sustainability in the region.