Beeah signs waste collection contract with FedEx UAE
Sharjah-based integrated environment and waste management company, Bee’ah, has signed a contract with FedEx UAE for three of its facilities, to provide sustainable solutions and waste management strategies.
Beeah has collected several tonnes of waste and recyclables in six months from the multinational courier delivery service provider, said a statement from the company.
This contract was signed by Khaled Al Huraimel, group CEO of Beeah, and David Ross, FedExs regional president in Middle East and Indian Subcontinent Awards (ISMEA), it said.
The collection of FedExs waste and recyclables increased by 44% in the past six months. The scope of Beeahs contract included state-of-the-art waste collection, transportation, and recovery.
Fahad Shehail, chief development officer, Beeah, said: Providing the highest level of waste collection and recycling services is central to our expansion strategy. The expertise of our operations around the UAE has made Beeah the ideal partner for international companies seeking a profitable and sustainable future.
We have improved the environmental standards of FedExs operations through the implementation of recycling and integrated waste management systems and integrated services. These green practices set a great example for the entire packaging industry within the UAE.
Beeah has provided general waste collection services for three FedEx facilities located in the UAE, including: FedEx Metroplex, next to Dubai Airport Terminal 2; FedEx Al Quoz Industrial Area 1; and FedEx Garhoud, Al Garhoud, said a statement.
Beeah has accelerated the use of environmentally preferable practices within corporations to reduce the environmental impact of traditional waste disposal processes. Through collaboration, Bee’ah aims to implement the best international standards for waste management operations as well as support the UAE economy with sustainable solutions, it stated.