Averda named top eco solutions provider
Dubai, June 24, 2013
Averda, a regional environmental solutions provider has been named the ‘Environmental Solutions Provider of the Year’ by the European Magazine Mena Awards 2013.
The nominees were chosen for demonstrating excellence in their respective fields and aiding in the growth of the region’s economy.
The European’s Mena awards seeks to highlight companies that are fulfilling their potential on the international stage. Other sectors that participated in this year’s awards included banking, manufacturing, insurance, real estate, energy, construction, telecoms, and aviation.
Averda specialises in integrated resources management servicing both in the private and public sectors.
Its services include waste management, street cleaning and sweeping, waste collection, treatment, disposal and recycling, in addition to the development of sustainable solutions for water and wastewater purification and treatment for residential, commercial, and industrial sectors. - TradeArabia News Service
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