This event will take place on January 19 – 22, 2015 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. EcoWASTE 2015 is part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week). Hosted by Masdar and held in partnership with Tadweer, this event will cover the entire solid waste management services and solutions required to address the dramatic increase per capita of waste production in the region and the new methods of reusing, reducing and recycling whilst maintaining a sustainable environment, in an effort to:
- Help strengthen solid waste management efficiency
- Spread awareness among communities to improve the quality of life enjoyed and expected
- Address regulatory mandates developed with budget conscious, innovative and functional design solutions
- Highlight all the efforts, achievements and strategies of CWM as a lead agency responsible for controlling and coordinating waste management activities throughout the Emirate of Abu Dhabi
EcoWASTE is an exhibition that aims to become the international leading specialised event for sustainable waste management and recycling, bringing together leading local and international technology and service providers, local and regional buyers, and industry professionals from both the private and public sectors.
50 leading local and international suppliers and more than 2,000 regional buyers and professionals. EcoWASTE 2015 will take place in Abu Dhabi from 19 to 22 January 2015, at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. Hosted by Masdar, held in partnership with Tadweer The Center of Waste Management in Abu Dhabi (CWM), and co-located with the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) and the International Water Summit (IWS), EcoWASTE is part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW), and aims to support the region’s urgent waste disposal challenges and needs in the quest for sustainable development and environmental protection.
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Solid waste in its different forms and components is a major environmental issue that receives a great deal of attention nationwide. The Emirate of Abu Dhabi has supported the establishment of several landfills that meet standard hygienic requirements.
Waste-to-energy has quickly emerged as one of the most attractive renewable energy options for the UAE, given its cost competitiveness and ability to ease the UAE’s urgent waste disposal challenges.
Most recent researches show that Abu Dhabi produces over 6 million tons of waste in total. This number is expected to reach 30 million tons if the growth of the Emirate is steady.
Preliminary estimates put the total volume of solid waste generated in the GCC region at around 120 million tons per year.
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