MOHAMED KARAM (left), senior business development manager, InSinkErator, Middle East and Africa region, highlights how the company’s innovative waste management solutions can address the problems of disposing of food waste in the Gulf. WASTE production is a growing problem across the world.
HAMRIYAH Free Zone Authority (HFZA) in Sharjah, UAE, has announced plans to install continuous and portable ambient air-quality monitoring stations to check the levels of air pollution at all times.
AKIDA Holdings, a global specialist in green air technology, through its partner Fakhruddin Holdings has launched its flagship Airocide, a filterless air purification technology in the GCC. The company has also tied up with Max Holdings, a part of Landmark Group, to distribute the product locally in the UAE.