During the visit of the Italian delegation to Bee’ah’s waste management centre
Bee’ah, the Middle East’s leading and award-winning fully integrated environmental and waste management company, welcomed a high-level Italian delegation at its pioneering waste management centre in Sharjah. Bee’ah’s representatives demonstrated the company’s advanced systems, discussed opportunities for new business, touched on sustainability issues and mapped out joint investment avenues in both the private and public sectors. The company’s Waste Management Centre is currently the region’s largest collection of waste segregation and processing facilities.
The Italian delegation was led by Umberto Bernardo, Deputy Head of Mission, at the Embassy of Italy in the United Arab Emirates. The delegates were greeted by Khaled Al Huraimel, Bee’ah’s Group Chief Executive Officer, Firas Wahbeh, Marketing & Communications Director and Daker El Rabaya, Director of Waste Process, Bee’ah – all of whom shed light on Bee’ah’s comprehensive environmental agenda and state-of-the-art facilities.
In effect, the facilities’ highly-advanced, effective processes are a critical part of Bee’ah’s ground-breaking, integrated environmental and waste management systems. They are also key components to helping the company achieve zero-waste to landfill in the emirate of Sharjah by 2015.
“Bee’ah firmly believes in the power of partnership as a means of driving growth, producing new business ventures and creating a sustainable future,” said Al Huraimel. “With this in mind, we would like to express our deep appreciation to the Italian delegation for their visit to our Waste Management Centre, and for giving us the opportunity to showcase our pioneering waste segregation and processing facilities. After the conclusion of a successful site visit, we look forward to harnessing new business opportunities and developing innovative and collaborative projects that will be beneficial to all parties.”
Commenting on the visit, the Italian Embassy’s Bernardo said: “It was a privilege to gain direct access into Bee’ah’s impressive Waste Management Center, and to engage in useful discussions around potential partnerships and collaboration for Italian companies with one of the Middle East’s leading and most innovative companies. We would like to thank Bee’ah for their efforts and hope our discussions will lead to jointly beneficial projects in the future.”