Waste Management Middle East Forum
From: 11 Nov 2013 To: 12 Nov 2013 City: Dubai
It is time to act now !
Our cities are bursting at the seams with overpopulation, urban construction & plethora of environment challenges. Development of integrated & sustainable waste management is one of the growing need of the hour. Waste generation from the urban areas in the Middle eastern region is over 150 million tons per year. Facts & figures of the region has compelled policy-makers and stake holders to promote sustainable waste management strategies & innovative technology in the field.
Fleming Gulf would like to provide a platform to discuss integrated & sustainable solutions for one of the most talked about environmental concerns related at the 4th Waste Management Middle East Forum. Themed “Conserving today for a better tomorrow ” will discuss the current need to implement long term waste management strategies & solutions. The event will provide us the possibility to exchange points of view concerning the future and at the same time, aim to benefit from lessons learnt from best practices implemented in the Middle Eastern region and other countries.
> Concurrent waste management challenges in Middle east
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> Dr. Taghreed Al Hashimi
Associate Waste Management, UAE, Masdar
> Dr. Ali Al Amoudi
Environmental Expert, UAE
> Fouad Abousamra
Regional Coordinator , Bahrain, UNEP - Ecosystem Management
> Fareed I. Bushehri
Regional DTIE Officer, Bahrain, United Nations Environment Programme
> Assoc. Prof Dr. Ömer Aga
Chairman, Department of Environmental Engineering, KSA, University of Dammam
> Arafat Aden
Waste Infrastructure Delivery Programme Data & Reporting Manager, UK, The Department for environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)