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BeeAEah, Kalba sign waste collection deal.

Bee'ah, the Middle East's leading fully integrated environment and waste management company, has signed a contract with Al Kalba Municipality, for the provision of waste collection, management and treatment services in the city.

According to the five-year contract, Bee'ah will provide waste management services for public, residential, commercial and agricultural areas under the municipality's jurisdiction, as well as hauling services to the landfill in Kalba.

Bee'ah will be committed to provide a modern fleet and work on increasing public awareness of environmental issues among Kalba's residents, urging them to keep the city clean and beautiful.

"The contract supports efforts that aim to put the Emirate of Sharjah and the UAE at the forefront of environmental work in the Middle East, in line with the vision of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohamed Al Qasimi, member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, which aims to provide a sustainable environment to future generations," said HE Engineer Khalfan Abdullah Al Thabahi, Manager of Kalba City Municipality.

"This contract will allow us to benefit from the best international practices in waste collection, sorting and recycling, to help keep the city clean and beautiful."

HE Khaled Al Huraimel, Group CEO of Bee'ah, said: "This contract will support our efforts in providing the best environmental solutions to the emirate of Sharjah, and in ensuring a sustainable environment for future generation."

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