Averda highlights KSA operations at GCC forum
The waste management firm participated as an exhibitor and as a sponsor at the GCC Waste Management and Recycling Forum
Averda has showcased its ongoing projects in Saudi Arabia - as well as its services in city cleaning at the GCC Waste Management and Recylcing Forum.
The waste management firm performed live demonstrations of its recycling technologies. In particular, Averda utilized reverse from supermarket vouches to airline vending machine (RVM), which offered a number of incentive options in air miles.
Averda also showcased its active operations in Saudi Arabia, which included its activities at King Abdullah University. Starting in the GCC nation back in 2009, the waste management today services more than 650 private and public entities, and is active in five major cities – Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, Alihsaa and Tabuk.
Wissam Zantout, Averda’s KSA Managing Director, said: “Averda specialises in the full range of city cleaning services and private waste management services. We have been present in KSA for 7 years and we have striven to provide our clients with a bespoke waste management service – we understand the waste characteristics, the waste stream flow and the waste patterns.”
He added: “By the end of 2016, the number of our KSA staff will reach 2,000 people and our services will be supported by a fleet of more than 300 specialised vehicles.”
In addition to participating as an exhibitor at the forum organised by the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs of Saudi Arabia, Averda was also a sponsor of the event. The forum ran from the 13 – 14 April.