Bee'ah discusses environmental projects in Saudi Arabia

A team from Bee'ah, an environmental and waste management company headquartered in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, was in Jeddah recently to discuss possible projects in Saudi Arabia.

"At Bee'ah, our vision extends beyond the border of our country, the United Arab Emirates," Bee'ah Group CEO Khaled Al-Huraimel said. "We're working on building a smarter future for the region at large, and the core of that vision is environmental sustainability. In Saudi Arabia, there's a real appetite for a regional framework to tackle some of the most pressing environmental issues; this will cultivate efforts toward a more sustainable future, and Bee'ah can play a role in making this happen."

Al-Huraimel met with Bee’ah Saudi Arabia Country Manager Ahmad Al-Juhany to discuss waste management and environmental services. Representatives from Bee'ah and Saudi Arabia would like to put in place projects aimed at improving recycling processes and environmental awareness.

The visit was part of Bee'ah's strategy to expand environmental services throughout the Gulf Cooperation Council.

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