Bee’ah expands into KSA with three contracts in Madinah
The contracts will cover waste management services in Madinah, with operations scheduled to begin in August
Bee’ah, the Middle East’s sustainability pioneer, is expanding into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in support of Saudi Vision 2030, after being awarded three contracts for waste management services in Madinah, covering the North, West and East regions.
Bee’ah services will be conducted for 70% of the city, serving a population of 1.2 million people, as contracted by Madinah Municipality.
Bee’ah will provide solid waste collection and transport services along with disinfection and sanitisation of waste bins.
Operations are scheduled to begin in August, utilising around 3,000 workers, along with 350 pieces of heavy equipment, including waste collection units, street sweepers and disposal trucks.
The firm will deploy its waste management solutions and will aim to help transform Madinah into a sustainable city of the future.
Commenting on the contract awards, Bee’ah chairman of the board of directors, HE Salim bin Mohamed Al Owais, said: “We are delighted to introduce advanced waste management services and work with Madinah Municipality to ensure a sustainable quality of life for over 1.2 million people in Madinah City.”
Bee’ah’s expansion into Madinah comes on the heels of it being awarded the waste management contract for Egypt’s new Administrative Capital, which is one of the world’s largest urban development projects.