• GCC Waste Management & Recycling Forum 2017
    How Science, Technology and Innovation
    can boost Sustainable development
  • Waste Management & Recycling Forum - Dubai
    Waste to wealth
    Are we losing treasure in waste??
  • GCC Waste Management & Recycling Forum 2017 - Dubai
    Zero Waste
    Going Back is Going Forward

Overview

Waste management and recycling is an important part of the urban infrastructure as it ensures the protection of the environment and of human health. It is not only a technical environmental issue, but also a highly political one. The impact of waste management on the environment has been widely recognized in the GCC Region.Waste needs to be safely managed because it is potentially hazardous to the human health and the environment. Globally there has been a rapid change in environment due to the increasing waste generated from every sector running into Billion tons of waste produced per year.

The conference provides a forum for the exchange of scientific information and work on the current situation of waste management in GCC amongst professionals, researchers, government departments solution providers and local authorities. Waste Management is one of the key problems of modern society due to the ever expanding volume and complexity of discarded domestic and industrial waste. Society is increasingly aware of the need to establish better practices and safer solutions for waste disposal. This requires further investigation into disposal methods and recycling as well as new technologies to monitor landfills, industrial mining wastes and chemical and nuclear repositories. This creates a need for more research on current disposal methods such as landfills, incineration, chemical and effluent treatment, as well as recycling, clean technologies, waste monitoring, public and corporate awareness and general education. Unfortunately many of the policies adopted in the past were aimed at short term solutions without due regard to the long term implications on health and the environment, leading in many cases to the need to take difficult and expensive remedial action. The desired direction of Waste Management is towards sustainable strategies.

We are pleased to be bringing together the research and academic communities with industry and regulators for two days of discussion around the waste management & recycling challenges and opportunities facing the different sector in the region. It aims to deliver essential learning and sharing of international best practice to help improve performance, foster a healthy work culture, and ensure a sustainable environment. In addition, We encourage all relevant organizations both solutions seekers and solution providers to attend and actively participate in the Gcc Waste management & recycling forum Dubai 2018

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Invited Speakers and Panelists

  • Dr. Talal Mohammed Albander - General Directorate of Health Affairs, Eastern Province Public Health - Medical Director of the hazardous waste management- Ministry Of Health Saudi Arabia
  • Eng. Hani Hossni - EHS Department Director, Tadweer
  • Richard Fish - President, Alter NRG
  • Eva Ramos Perez Torreblanca - Director - Environmental Analysis and Economics Integrated Environment Policy & Planning, Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi
  • Dr. Ajeeth Cheppudira - Adviser to Minister Office, Ministry of Climate Change & Environment
  • Dr. Udayan Banerji - Policies and Legislations specialist Strategic Planning & Policies Department, Tadweer
  • Dr. Pablo Izquierdo - Sr. Technical Manager, Dubai Carbon Centre of Excellence
  • Eng. Mohammad Ibrahim Mosa - Sr. Specialist, Hazardous Materials & Waste Policy & Regulations Environment Quality, Enivornment Agency Abu Dhabi
  • Dr. Mohammad Aref (Ph. D., G-IOSH, IDipEM.) - Managing Director, QHSE & HazMat Consultancy
  • Alia Ali Busamra - Manager, Group Sustainability Group Chief Sustainability Officer, Emirates National Oil Company Limited (ENOC) LLC
  • Dr. Roel Palo Anicas - Academic Manager, Althelim Group of Institutes and Training Centers Dammam - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Ghanim Abdalla Jasim Abdalla Kashwani - HSE Engineer, Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd
  • Dr. Mansour Nasr Malik - Specialist EHS MS Environment, Department of Transport Abu Dhabi
  • Mustafa Akberi Vahgjipurwala - Energy Specialist, Petrofac
  • Anita Nouri - CEO/Business Development Director, Green Energy Solutions & Sustainability LLC
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Nelles - Director Department Waste & Resource Management, University of Rostock, Germany


Who should attend?

  • CEO / Managing Director / Director / VP / GM / CFO / CTO / COO, Directors
  • Managers of Sustainability, Directors and Managers of Environmental Policies
  • Ministry and regulatory Authority Representatives
  • Health and Safety Officers, and QHSE Managers and Directors
  • Developers and Building Constructors
  • Facility Owners/Operators, Suppliers, Industry Experts & Professionals
  • Environmental and Quality Managers & Practitioners
  • Chemical and Petrochemical Processing Professionals
  • Waste Management & Recycling Professionals, Water Management Professionals, Industrialists and Manufacturers
  • Property Managers, Architects, Project Managers of Building Facilities
  • Scientists & Researchers, Research and Development, Innovation Managers, Engineers, Consultants, Academicians
  • Policy makers, Senior Governmental


Industries Involved

  • Waste Processing & Service Companies
  • Cement manufacturing & processing companies
  • Steel processing & Manufacturing Companies
  • Plastics manufacturing and processing
  • Government & Private Hospital & Health Care Facilities /Authorities
  • Green Sustainability Consultants
  • Power and Energy Management Companies
  • Building and Construction Companies
  • Environmental Regional Regulatory Authorities
  • Environmental NGOs, Sustainable Energy Companies
  • Oil & Gas Companies, Industrial Plants
  • Wastewater Utility Companies Desalination Utility Companies Power Utility Companies
  • Construction Companies
  • FMCG companies
  • Master Project Management Companies
  • Master Project Development Companies
  • Water Reuse and Conservation Companies
  • Municipal Authorities, Waste Management & Control Authorities
  • Research Organizations /Universities
  • Environmental Management Organizations