Tadweer Saudi Company and Omani Recycling Service Company sign a joint business agreement

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  • November 10, 2021

Tadweer Saudi Company and Omani Recycling Service Company sign a joint business agreement

Tadweer, the Saudi startup specializing in waste recycling solutions, has announced the signing of a cooperation agreement with the Oman-based Service Recycling Company. This is a continuation of the joint commercial work between companies in the Sultanate of Oman and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The Saudi Tadweer Company, which was founded in 2017 by Hisham Al-Jabr and Ahmed Al-Qusair and was supported by the Aramco Center for Entrepreneurship (Wa’ed), recycles food, food and green waste using fermentation techniques and then converted into fertilizers that can be used in agriculture.

In the same way, the Omani Recycling Service Company works on recycling and managing waste with expertise and experiences that exceed eight years, led by the Omani youth, who believed, according to them, that protecting the environment is the goal and reducing the damage caused by public practices and behaviors is the goal they work on by acting Optimization with waste, managing it and working on recycling and converting it into usable raw materials again.

According to the statement, the joint work agreement between the two companies will achieve the principle of complementarity between the two parties to achieve integrated services in the field of recycling of hazardous and non-hazardous public waste through the recycling service company, and food waste and green waste through Tadweer to achieve comprehensiveness in providing recycling and waste management services.

The recycling sector is one of the sectors that the two countries focus on greatly in order to enhance the great use of natural resources and reduce their waste, as well as work to reduce the damage caused by the direct disposal of waste. Effective, balanced, and resilient environmental systems to protect the environment and the sustainability of its resources for the national economy, and the Kingdom's vision 2030 by adopting a holistic vision of precious ecosystems.

The two companies affirmed that they will exchange experiences, knowledge, and experiences so that this joint work achieves the highest environmental gains, preserves natural resources and recycles them into raw materials, and then re-usable products are presented in the local and foreign markets as products made of recycled materials, which achieves the greatest benefit from Natural Resources.

Source: jawlah.co


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