Veolia wins first waste management contract in Oman
French company Veolia has won its first waste management contract in Oman through a deal with Oman Environmental Services Holding Company (be’ah).
The seven year contract will include collection, transportation, and landfilling for 250,000 inhabitants in the North West region.
Veolia will act as the technical leader of the contract and will operate two landfills, whereas Omani partner Al Ramooz National will be in charge of the waste collection and the development of a Material Recovery Facility (MRF).
Xavier Joseph, CEO Veolia Middle East said: “Together with our Omani partner Al Ramooz National, Veolia looks forward to supporting Oman and its people with the best-in-class expertise in waste management.
“Our key focus for this contract will be to contribute to the implementation of the best standards for the waste management operations in the Sultanate, as well as support the Omani economy through in-country value.”