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Hamriyah FZA and Bee’ah renew waste management contract

Bee’ah has signed a renewal of its partnership agreement with Hamriyah Free Zone Authority, to provide integrated waste management services for the free zone community.

Under the agreement, Bee’ah will provide solid and liquid waste collection services to the free zone community.

Bee’ah already has an office in the Hamriyah Free Zone for direct coordination with the Environmental Health and Safety Department regarding waste management and collection.

In addition, Bee’ah has conducted training courses for staff in the Environmental Health and Safety Department and the Maintenance and Investors Department.

HE Khaled Al Huraimel, Group CEO of Bee’ah, said: “Bee’ah is pleased to renew its partnership with the Hamriyah Free Zone Authority, which has resulted in a fruitful collaboration and beneficial outcomes over the past four years. This renewal underscores both ours and HFZA’s commitment to sustainable growth and environmental protection.”

For his part, HE Saud Al Mazrouei affirmed that the partnership with Bee’ah reflects the authority’s commitment to the sustainability of its activities and operations, and its unremitting efforts to provide a sustainable and environmentally friendly work environment, and to conserve resources.

Driving the UAE’s sustainability agenda, Bee’ah has achieved a 76% waste diversion rate for Sharjah – the highest in the Middle East and is developing the UAE’s first waste-to-energy plant in Sharjah.


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