EcoWASTE 2015 to Attract Major International Companies

To Showcase Cutting-edge Solutions and Best Practices in Integrated Waste Management

The upcoming edition of EcoWASTE, a platform dedicated to showcasing next generation waste management and recycling solutions, will converge some of the biggest names globally in the integrated waste management domain to explore opportunities and debate challenges surrounding the crucial sustainability issue.

Scheduled to run from 19 to 22 January, 2015 during the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW), EcoWASTE 2015 is set to attract international names such as Lavajet, a subsidiary company of Batco that specializes in solid waste management solutions, Averda, a leading provider of environment and integrated resources management solutions, Cubic Art-Pixels, a company that manages licensing and customer care services at “Tadweer” (the Center of Waste Management – Abu Dhabi) and Model Building Maintenance Dallah Waste Management services llc .

H.E Eisa Saif Al Qubaisi, General Manager of “Tadweer”, said: “The overwhelming response from local and international companies to participate in EcoWASTE 2015 and showcase their latest technologies, innovations, solutions and best practices in waste management underlines the growing importance of this platform for the emerging integrated waste management industry. Every year, EcoWASTE enables waste management experts to explore potential business opportunities worth billions of dollars.”

Al Qubaisi added that the high level participation of key stakeholders at the annual event reiterates Abu Dhabi’s prominent position as a global destination that leads sustainability efforts.

Elie Salem, Project Manager, Lavajet, said: “EcoWASTE is an ideal platform to highlight our commitment to finding lasting solutions for waste treatment and disposal challenges. The presence of leading experts in waste management and recycling will offer us an important learning and networking opportunity. We commend Tadweer’s commitment towards sustainable development and safeguarding the health and safety of society.”

Jeroen Vincent, Chief Operating Officer for GCC Region, Averda, said: “Last year’s inaugural edition of EcoWASTE highlighted the urgent need to reduce urban waste, and offered us an opportunity to raise awareness on the importance of community participation in adopting sustainable practices in waste recycling. We look forward to showcasing our indigenous city cleaning services, advanced waste management solutions and intelligent applications in waste collection, segregation and recycling for key decision makers and stakeholders in sustainability”.

Saleh Al Ameri, Project Manager, MBM  Dallah, said: “We are keen to leverage our participation in this important international event to keep up-to-date with the latest innovations in waste management sector as well as showcase our latest products and technical capabilities. Given the significant presence of senior executives from local and international waste management organizations, we look forward to expanding our business presence and building new partnerships with industry peers. “

Rami Abu Hayyah, General Manager, Cubic Art-Pixels, said: “At EcoWASTE 2015, we plan to roll out a whole gamut of new smart applications that will improve the quality and efficiency of services. The focus of such services will be to optimize business performance and achieve the sustainability goals of our customers.”

EcoWASTE 2015 joins forces with the eighth World Future Energy Summit (WFES) and the second International Water summit (IWS) to promote the interconnectivity between energy, water and waste for a sustainable future. The fifth assembly of the International Renewable Energy Agency and the seventh Zayed Future Energy Prize Awards ceremony will also be collocated with Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.

Co-hosted by Masdar and Tadweer (Center of Waste Management – Abu Dhabi), EcoWaste seeks holistic solutions for challenges in waste management. The initiative, organized by Reed Exhibitions, is expected to draw more than 2,000 buyers and key industry experts as well as 50 leading companies from around the world to deliberate on international policies and best practices for ensuring a clean and green future.