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Beeah Signs MoU with leading Italian Waste Management Company
 

Bee’ah - the Middle East’s leading and award-winning environmental management company, and Ambienthesis SPA, a subsidiary of Italy’s renowned Green Holding Group, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), to exchange expertise and explore potential areas of collaboration in the environmental and waste management fields in the Middle East and Europe.

The agreement was signed by HE Khaled Al Huraimel, Group CEO of Bee’ah and Prof. Dott. Giovanni Bozzetti, President of Ambienthesis SPA at Bee’ah’s head office on 25th June 2018, in the presence of HE Liborio Stellino, Ambassador of Italy to the UAE; HE Valentina Setta, Counsul General of Italy; and Fahad Shehail, Group Chief of Staff at Bee’ah.

Through the MoU, the entities will seek to share technological know-how and explore opportunities in integrated waste management.

HE Khaled Al Huraimel, Group CEO of Bee’ah said, “Bee’ah has always been committed to advancing sustainable solutions and our partnerships with international industry leaders has played a key role in furthering this interest. Ambienthesis SPA is a market leader in waste management and soil and water remediation activities. As regional leaders in the industry, we can leverage our complementary strengths through this agreement, to create an impact on the Middle East and Europe. Our combined experience and knowledge places us in a unique position to address some of the most challenging global issues in environmental and waste management. This MoU signifies the start of collaborative efforts towards addressing these challenges, and redefining industry practices to achieve new heights of excellence.”

Sharing his thoughts on the occasion, Prof. Dott. Giovanni said, “We are particularly proud and honored for this agreement with the most important and prestigious player in the environmental management business in the Middle East. This agreement will allow us to develop a huge synergic collaboration aimed to maximize waste management, waste to energy, land and water remediation processes. This agreement not only joins the industrial and technological expertise of the two companies and foster the activation of circular economy processes but binds even more the ties between Italy and the United Arab Emirates in the noble, common purpose to safeguard and maintain the environment and our Planet for the future generations.”

The MoU will explore the development of innovative solutions that meet the needs of the environment and waste industry in UAE and Italy; thus, supporting the wider economy while creating a framework that encourages a circular economy and the achievement of a sustainable future.

Bee’ah, the Middle East’s fastest growing environmental management company, was founded in 2007, with the objective of creating a sustainable future, through creative and resourceful solutions. The uniqueness of its approach and consistent drive towards excellence has helped the company to make rapid progress towards its goal of elevating Sharjah, to the position of Environmental Capital of the Middle East. Through revolutionary environmental management practices, systematic waste management, sustainability strategies for key resources and utilization of renewable energy sources, as well as community engagement initiatives, Bee’ah seeks to set a benchmark for sustainability, for cities and communities everywhere.

 

 
 
 
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