Bee’ah has secured a solid recovered fuel (SRF) supply contract with Sharjah Cement. Emirates News Agency has reported that the contract covers the supply of at least 73,000t/yr for the period over which it is in effect.
Pravinchandra Bataviasaid, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Bee’ah, said “Companies and industries in the UAE must work together to realise new efficiencies and achieve the country’s sustainability objectives. We thank Bee’ah for its support and provision of a more environmentally responsible fuel that will allow us to reduce our carbon emissions and improve our environmental performance. With this agreement and other on-going arrangements with Bee’ah and other public and private sector establishments, Sharjah Cement will replace more than 30% of fossil fuel with alternative fuels.”
When it commissions its latest waste-to-energy plant in the Emirate of Sharjah in 2021, in partnership with Masdar, Bee’ah will also enable the region to meet its zero waste-to-landfill target.
Post time: Feb-01-2021