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  • 1. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 2. WHO WE ARE? • Bee’ah was established in 2007, by an Emiri Decree as a Public Private Partnership company (PPP). • Bee’ah aims to tackle waste in the region and build a strong waste management infrastructure. • Bee’ah set its goal to lead the Emirate of Sharjah as the first city in the Middle East to achieve Zero-waste To Landfill by 2015. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL IN 2009 HIS HIGHNESS SHEIKH DR. SULTAN BIN MOHAMMED AL QASIMI INNAUGARATED THE BEE’AH MATERIAL RECOVERY FACILITY.
  • 3. WHO WE ARE? Bee’ah is the recognised as the region’s leading and award-winning integrated environmental and waste management company. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 4. OUR VISION TO BE THE LEADING ENVIRONMENTAL PARTNER IN THE MIDDLE EAST 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 5. THE CHALLENGE OF WASTE IN THE UAE TODAY, every resident of the UAE produces an average of 2.5 kg of waste a day, which amounts to 2,500,000 Kg of solid waste daily in Sharjah alone. Compare that to: Kg/Person/Day 0.5 kg/person/day in India 0.8 kg/person/day in Malaysia 0.85 kg/person/day in Beijing 1.14 kg/person/day in Nova Scotia, Canada 1.23 kg/person/day in Turkey 2.0 kg/person/day in Ontario, Canada 2.53 kg/person/day in California, USA 60% of that waste can be Recycled! 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 6. OVERVIEW OF WASTE IN THE UAE 8,232,465,500 KG IS THE AMOUNT OF WASTE GENERATED IN THE UAE ANNUALLY 2015 2015 ZERO -WASTE ZERO-WASTE TO TO LANDFILL LANDFILL
  • 7. OVERVIEW OF WASTE IN THE UAE 3.1% IS THE UAE ANNUAL POPULATION GROWTH RATE WASTE GENERATION GROWS AT A SIMILAR RATE 2015 2015 ZERO -WASTE ZERO-WASTE TO TO LANDFILL LANDFILL
  • 8. OVERVIEW OF WASTE IN THE UAE 60% OF WASTE WE GENERATE IS RECYCLABLE 2015 2015 ZERO -WASTE ZERO-WASTE TO TO LANDFILL LANDFILL
  • 9. OVERVIEW OF WASTE IN THE UAE 2,389,240,000 NUMBER OF PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES CONSUMED IN THE UAE ANNUALLY 2015 2015 ZERO -WASTE ZERO-WASTE TO TO LANDFILL LANDFILL
  • 10. OVERVIEW OF WASTE IN THE UAE 237,950,000 NUMBER OF ALUMINUM CANS CONSUMED IN THE UAE ANNUALLY 2015 2015 ZERO -WASTE ZERO-WASTE TO TO LANDFILL LANDFILL
  • 11. OVERVIEW OF WASTE IN THE UAE 354,000,000 KG OF CARDBOARD WASTE IS GENERATED IN THE UAE ANNUALLY 2015 2015 ZERO -WASTE ZERO-WASTE TO TO LANDFILL LANDFILL
  • 12. OVERVIEW OF WASTE IN THE UAE ½ THE HOUSEHOLD WASTE GENERATED IN THE UAE IS FOOD! 2015 2015 ZERO -WASTE ZERO-WASTE TO TO LANDFILL LANDFILL
  • 13. OVERVIEW OF BEE’AH’S INTEGRATED OPERATIONS OVERVIEW 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 14. OUR ACHIEVMENTS TO DATE & GOAL TOWARDS ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL Towards Zero-Waste 100% Year End 2015 Target Diversion Rate 100% 90% 80% Year End 2014 Target Diversion Rate 67% Year End 2013 Target Diversion Rate 62% 70% 60% 50% 52% 40% 40% 30% 34% 20% 20% 25% 10% 0% 2007 2008 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
  • 15. OUR STRATEGY TOWARDS ZERO-WASTE PROVIDING THE INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENABLE SOURCE SEGREGATION EDUCATION & AWARENESS TO FACILITATE SOURCE SEGREGATION SETUP SORTING PLANTS TO MAXIMISE RECOVERY OF MATERIALS WASTE TO ENERGY: IMPLEMENT CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES SETUP RECYCLING FACILITIES TO RECYCLE SEGREGATED MATERIALS CONDUCTING ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH & PROVIDING ADVISORY CONSULTING SERVICES 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 16. PROVIDING THE INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENABLE SOURCE SEGREGATION Over 9,000 Recycling Touch Points in Sharjah including: • 3-stream Recycling Bins • Office Recycling Bins • Residential Recycling Bins • Public Recycling Depots • School Recycling Bins • Industrial Recycling Skips • OCC Recycling Cages • Reverse Vending Machines 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 17. PROVIDING THE INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENABLE SOURCE SEGREGATION • Tandeef is the waste collection and street cleaning division. • Tandeef manages a fleet of Over 500 collection vehicles including: • Collection Trucks & automated bin washers • Two-Stream Collection Trucks • Pick Up Tippers • Skip Loaders • Single Stream Compactors • Recyclables Collection Boats 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 18. PROVIDING THE INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENABLE SOURCE SEGREGATION Fleet & Bin Management System • All Bee’ah vehicles are fitted with GPS tracking devices hat record location, fuel consumption, speed and capacity of the vehicles • Bee’ah’s bins are fitted with GPS devices to track waste volume levels. • Automated route optimization and planning systems to ensure efficioent collection, service quality and minimizagtion of costs. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 19. PROVIDING THE INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENABLE SOURCE SEGREGATION Office Collection & Recycling Solutions We believe that all employees are expected to do their part to make their work practices more environmentally responsible. Bee’ah offers an Office Collection & Recycling service aiming to help manage an organisation’s waste sustainably and efficiently. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 20. PROVIDING THEDocument Destruction & Recycling Service Confidential INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENABLE SOURCE SEGREGATION Bee’ah’s Confidential Document Destruction and Recycling Service is a safe, secure and environmentally responsible procedure available to companies. Bee’ah offers a number of confidential data destruction services, including regular and one-time pickup, drop-off, and witnessed destruction; handling a variety of media, from paper to electronics to plastics. With every service, we provide a high-level of security to safeguard your information. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 21. PROVIDING THE INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENABLE SOURCE SEGREGATION OCC Collection & Recycling Solutions Bee’ah offers to help collect bulk OCC for recycling which can help save organizations natural resources, contributing to decreased pollution generation, and, if well planned, decrease in disposal costs. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 22. PROVIDING THE INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENABLE SOURCE SEGREGATION OCC Collection & Recycling Solutions • In an effort to reduce its carbon footprint and operate more efficiently, Tandeef established a waste transfer station within Sharjah’s boundaries. • The in-city transfer station allows for the gathering of the collected waste, which is then transported on 40-tonne haulage vehicles to the Waste Management Center in Al Saj’ah. • This operation decreased the number of trips from 900 to an average of 100 trips a day. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 23. SETUP SORTING PLANTS TO MAXIMISE RECOVERY OF MATERIALS • Bee’ah Setup & Manages The Largest Material Recovery Facility In The Middle East & The 3rd Largest Waste Sorting Facility In The World. • Our Facility Sorts and Separates Materials From Municipal Solid Waste, Through Manual And Automated Processes, Recovering 23 Types of Materials 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 24. SETUP SORTING PLANTS TO MAXIMISE RECOVERY OF MATERIALS 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 25. SETUP SORTING PLANTS TO MAXIMISE RECOVERY OF MATERIALS 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 26. SETUP RECYCLING FACILITIES TO RECYCLE SEGREGATED MATERIALS 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 27. SETUP RECYCLING FACILITIES TO RECYCLE SEGREGATED MATERIALS TYRE RECLING FACILITY: • A world-class facility using environmental cryogenic process to recycle used tyres with a daily capacity to process 9,000 used tyres. • Liquid nitrogen is used to flash freeze the tyres at minus -196 degrees Celsius, which become brittle and broken down like glass, by cracker mills, into crumb granules. • Recycled rubber is used for indoor and outdoor flooring applications, running tracks, landscaping, equestrian, roads and road asphalt. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL The TRF uses a highly advanced environmental cryogenic process to recycle 9,000 used tyres per day.
  • 28. SETUP RECYCLING FACILITIES TO RECYCLE SEGREGATED MATERIALS 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 29. SETUP RECYCLING FACILITIES TO RECYCLE SEGREGATED MATERIALS 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 30. SETUP RECYCLING FACILITIES TO RECYCLE SEGREGATED MATERIALS CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION WASTE RECYCLING FACILITY: • One of the busiest facilities in the world, given the rate of construction in the UAE. • The facility recycles construction, demolition and land clearing debris resulting from the construction industry. • Annual capacity of more than 350,000 tonnes. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL More than 6,000 tonnes of construction waste made up of concrete, bricks, wood, insulation and asphalt, is processed daily at Bee’ah’s Construction & Demolition Waste Recycling Facility, for re-use as aggregate for roads, pavements and walkways.
  • 31. SETUP RECYCLING FACILITIES TO RECYCLE SEGREGATED MATERIALS LIQUID WASTE PROCESSING & RECYCLING: • 2 lagoons form the liquid waste processing unit – one for oil and the other for liquid chemical waste. • Haulage vehicles discharge hydrocarbon based water into the oil lagoon, where the oil will fragment from the water and skimmed, collected and resold. • The water will then be pumped into the water lagoon and pumped into the mobile tankers for dust suppression on site. • This is a safe and efficient solution for the use of the grey water. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL Two oil lagoons and industrial waste water evaporation ponds separate oil and waste from water, which are then processed for reuse in irrigation and energy.
  • 32. SETUP RECYCLING FACILITIES TO RECYCLE SEGREGATED MATERIALS ORGANIC & GREEN WASTE COMPOSTING: • The Compost plant processes organic and vegetation waste via biological degradation by microorganisms. • This natural process breaks down organic waste into smaller organic compounds producing an earthy nutrient-rich compost that can be used in several applications – fertilizer and/or conditioner for gardening. • In future, the Plant will incorporate new innovations and processes, and find modern ways of expanding its scope and capabilities to treat other organic wastes to meet the high quality demands of our clients. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL New innovations and processes are being explored to expand the Compost Plant’s scope and facility capabilities to treat other organic wastes to meet the high quality demands of its clients.
  • 33. SETUP RECYCLING FACILITIES TO RECYCLE SEGREGATED MATERIALS THE CAR AND METAL SHREDDING & RECYCLING FACILITY: • Considered one of the world’s most powerful shredding machine to date. • It shreds old car bodies and other light metal scrap, and segregates the individual metal, glass and plastic components for recycling. • The facility is operated on crawler tracks so that it can travel distances, weighs 44 tonnes and can shred 60 tonnes of car bodies/hour. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL Considered the world’s most powerful shredding machine to date, the Car and Metal Shredding & Recycling Facility’s main purpose is the shredding of old car bodies and other light metal scrap, with the aim of segregating the individual metal, glass and plastic components for recycling.
  • 34. SETUP RECYCLING FACILITIES TO RECYCLE SEGREGATED MATERIALS MEDICAL WASTE PROCESSING & TREATEMENT: • Wekaya is the medical waste management division, for the safe and compliant collection, treatment and disposal of medical waste produced by healthcare establishments in Sharjah. • It provides the necessary transfer containers, collects them, and safely treats and disposes of the medical waste while ensuring maximum infection control and maintains accurate tracking documentation. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 35. The E-Waste Dismantling & Processing SEGREGATED MATERIALS SETUP RECYCLING FACILITIES TO RECYCLE Facility THE E-WASTE DISMANTLING & PROCESSING FACILITY: The E-waste Dismantling & Processing Facility provides both a secure and environmentally conscious solution for the disposal of hazardous consumer goods and counterfeits. Bee’ah collects transports and disposes of electronic products to this facility for dismantling and recycling of parts. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL The E-waste Dismantling & Processing Facility provides both a secure and environmentally conscious solution for the disposal of hazardous consumer goods and counterfeits.
  • 36. ESTABLISH INDUSTRIAL WASTE EXCHANGE PROGRAMMES TO REDUCE INDUSTRIAL WASTE & ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAMMES Our team is comprised of highly qualified and experienced personnel that produce various plans ranging from assessment studies, emergency response, audits and inspections that include: • Environmental Baseline Surveys (EBSs) • Environmental Health & Safety Impact A ssessments (HSEIAs) • Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) • Facility Inspections • Occupational Health & Risk Assessments (OHRAs) • Hazards Identifications (HAZIDs) • Hazards of Operations (HAZOPs) • Spill Contingency plans • Fire & Safety and Emergency response plans • Health & Safety Audits • Environmental Audits & Waste Exchange Programmes 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 37. ESTABLISH INDUSTRIAL WASTE EXCHANGE PROGRAMMES TO REDUCE INDUSTRIAL WASTE & ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAMMES • The Bee’ah Environmental Research Institute was launched in line with Bee’ah’s growth strategy to be a global leader for creating positive environmental change throughout the Middle East. • The Institute’s main objective is to give students the opportunity to learn and explore new technologies and concepts that could aid environmental sustainability, while also researching alternative environmental waste management practices. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL GERC IS A JOINT PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN BEE’AH AND THE AMIRICAN UNIVERSITY OF SHARJAH (AUS)
  • 38. WASTE TO ENERGY: IMPLEMENTING CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES Bee’ah’s strategic plan focuses on diverting waste from landfill and increasing the diversion rates from 62% to 100% in three phases: ① Enhance the current operations and technical capabilities of current facilities. ② Set up additional recycling facilities to increase recovery from current levels to 65-70% ③ Waste to Energy program (WTE) instead of the Landfill making diversion 100%. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 39. EDUCATION & AWARENESS TO FACILITATE SOURCE SEGREGATION 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 40. EDUCATION & AWARENESS TO FACILITATE SOURCE SEGREGATION • • Bee’ah is the first environmental company to introduce an online and offline education programme that targets students from KG to grade 12. Bee’ah Launched the Sharjah Environmental Awareness Awards to rewards Schools, Teachers, and Students that produce exceptional environmental projects. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL BSOE reaches over 164,000 students in more than 203 schools across the Emirate of Sharjah.
  • 41. EDUCATION & AWARENESS TO FACILITATE SOURCE SEGREGATION 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 42. EDUCATION & AWARENESS TO FACILITATE SOURCE SEGREGATION • Bee’ah is the first environmental company to introduce a loyalty programme, where members are rewarded for positive environmental actions. • Points are earned based on recycling at the RVM, as well as participation in events, contribution to the myBee’ah newsletter, website and social media. • These can be redeemed with offers, discounts and prizes from affiliating partners. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL
  • 43. 2015 ZERO-WASTE TO LANDFILL