IMPORTANT NOTICE

THE PRESIDENCY OF METEOROLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT HAS MADE THE DECISION TO POSTPONE THE 2ND ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE FORUM.

> VIEW THE POSTPONEMENT LETTER FROM PME

EXCLUSIVE:

The President of the Presidency of Meteorology and Environment, H.E. Dr. Abdulaziz bin Omer bin Mohammed Al-Jasser, will welcome participants at the Environmental Infrastructure Forum on 17th November 2013. Delivered under the leadership of PME’s President, EIF 2013 is a unique chance to introduce your company’s expertise directly to the highest environmental authority in Saudi Arabia!

> Register here

Introduction

The Environmental Infrastructure Forum (EIF) is held under the patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz and has the full support of the Presidency of Meteorology and Environment.

EIF is the only event in the region to tackle waste infrastructure as a part of sustainable development, with the support of the Saudi government. The two day strategic conference will focus on the following issues:

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NEW FOR 2013!

Based on the success of 2012 inaugural forum, and due to popular demand, the organisers of the EIF are delighted to announce that in 2013 EIF will focus exclusively on waste infrastructure at the municipal, industrial and commercial levels.

If you are currently operating in the Middle Eastern waste management, waste treatment, recycling, wastewater sectors, or would like to participate in future projects in the region, then this forum is an essential tool for developing your business.

REGISTER ONLINE or CALL Nabil Gamal-Eldin to attend! +44 203 589 8021

 

Advisory Committee for EIF 2013

Why Now?

With a growing population, a fast urbanisation and a soaring economy, waste production in Saudi Arabia has reached unprecedented levels. Because of its impact on the environment, human health and the economy, efficient waste infrastructure increasingly proves to be one of the centerpieces in the successful expansion of Saudi Arabia.

15 million tons of solid waste (5,000 tons in the city of Jeddah alone) are indeed generated every year in the Kingdom, which is by far the biggest production in the GCC countries. Every year, this figure increases at a significant pace and the ability of Saudi Arabia to answer this challenge will be a crucial factor for its continued economic development.

With $690 billion worth of projects being injected in the construction industry, encompassing the infrastructure, oil & gas, petrochemicals, water and electricity sectors, the country’s capacity to cope with increased production of municipal, industrial and commercial waste will be tested. In the first half of 2013, $17.82 million have already been awarded by the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs for waste processing projects. This echoes the estimation from the World Bank which plans that tens of billions of dollars will be invested in waste management and environmental solutions over the next ten years.

In this context, EIF willl give all stakeholders the chance to identify the opportunities associated with the development of new waste infrastructure and the expansion and modernisation of existing assets by bringing together all major actors of the public and private sectors.

 

Who Should Attend?

EIF provides a unique opportunity for business professionals, industry experts and government agency attendees to discuss and debate the latest developments, challenges and opportunities available in the waste infrastructure sector in Saudi Arabia.

High level, public and private sector delegates from a broad cross section of the environment industry will be present for three days of networking, learning and identifying future business opportunities.

 

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