One of Bahrain's main prisons has come under fire for its levels of cleanliness, maintenance and the lack of expertise among its staff.
The Dry Dock Detention Centre in Hidd was subject to a surprise inspection by the Prisoner
Qatar community, downstream industries, schools and universities came together on Wakrah Beach for a regional clean-up’ campaign, for the Waste Free Environment Day today (February 20).
The ‘Waste Free Environment Day&
More than 300 public and private sector stakeholders will discuss some of the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the Middle East’s clean energy sector at a conference in Dubai next month.
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Top energy leaders and investors from across the globe will discuss current challenges and opportunities for the clean energy industry at a major forum in Qatar next month.
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Averda, a leading environmental solutions provider in the Mena region, took part in 'Clean Up the World' environmental campaign organized by Dubai Municipality in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme.
As many as 20,550 volunteers from several government and non-government organisations, community groups, schools and private firms collected more than 4150 tons of waste in the biggest ever “Clean Up the World” campaign organised by Dubai Municipa
Government officials from across the Gulf will discuss ways to improve air quality and harmonise standards across the region through use of clean fuel, at a forum in Bahrain.
The United Nations Environment Programme Regional Office fo
Road Transport Authority (RTA), in another move to improve the air quality in the city, has begun a four-month trial using 10 Mercedes-Benz buses fitted with the automotive leader’s Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Bluetec technology.
For a change, Abu Dhabi, the capital of UAE, one of the fastest growing modern economies in the region, is turning back to old cities from the Arab world for inspiration, to build its most ambitious ‘zer
The Jeddah Municipality is to sign a number of five-year citywide cleaning contracts worth SR900 million, a municipality official said.
The new clean-up plan for the first time will divide the city into three separate areas: northern, cent