UAE’s Bee’ah eyes more contracts in Egypt’s new cities
Bee’ah could also be looking at a longer contract for the New Administrative Capital (NAC)
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By Staff Writer, Arab Finance
Egypt - The UAE-based waste management company Bee’ah is lobbying for more contracts in new cities in Egypt, CEO Khaled Al Huraimel told Hapi Journal.
Bee’ah could also be looking at a longer contract for the New Administrative Capital (NAC).
The company had been contracted to provide waste management services at the New Administrative Capital for 15 years as of last March, but could see its contract extended as new phases of the administrative capital are inaugurated, officials at Administrative Capital for Urban Development (ACUD).
Bee’ah will manage solid waste in the new capital by establishing either a 2 kilometer square waste management station, or two 1 kilometer square stations, within every neighbourhood in the new capital
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