Middle East Waste Summit 2009 26th-28th May | Dubai Airport Expo Centre
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There are just two months to go until the Government of Dubai officially inaugurate the first Middle East Waste Summit – if you want to be involved in the future of this sector in the Middle East then you need to meet the people behind the projects and planning decisions at this important event.
Supported by UNEP and held in association with Dubai and Sharjah Municipalities, the Summit will bring 6,000 leaders together to debate, demonstrate and discover the most efficient ways for GCC countries to implement their next-generation waste management and recycling strategies.
Register as a delegate to the conference and hear more than 60 politicians, project leaders and environmental experts deliver their solutions to meet this global challenge.
Conference places can be booked from as little as $500 for a day pass and include full access to keynote sessions, roundtable discussions, expert workshops, delegate luncheons, entry into the exhibition and the ability to register for technical tours. Register easily at www.wastesummit.com/register
Session topics include:
* Waste and its Effect on Global Climate Change
* Consumption, Population and Cities
* Land Use and its Effect on the Environment
* Economy and the Environment
* Construction and Waste Management
* Industrial & Hazardous Waste Management
* Waste to Energy
* Domestic Waste Control
* Regulating Refuse: Municipal Role
* Recycling & Landfills
* Zero Waste Inaccuracies and Realities
Companies to book delegate places this week include: King Saudi University – Saudi Arabia, HSBC – UAE, MENA e-Solutions – UAE, Cooperative Housing Society – Pakistan, Masdar – UAE, Emirates Investment Group – UAE, Nakheel, UAE, Green Energy Group – UAE, Abu Dhabi Municipality – UAE, JEM – UK, DS Hydrocarbons – India, Al Habtoor Leighton Group – UAE. View a full list of participating companies here.
Register as a visitor to the exhibition and see the latest innovations and technologies from more than 60 companies leading the development of the waste management business. Free to attend, you can also take part in the roundtable sessions each day and gain entry into the Plasco Energy Waste Management Showcase Theatre. Register online at www.wastesummit.com/register
* Dubai Municipality – UAE
* Averda – UAE
* MeWa Recycling – Germany
* Tadweer Waste Treatment LLC – UAE
* Phoenix Industries – USA
* Enbasys GmbH – Austria
* Euromec – Italy
* Sharjah Municipality – UAE
* Stadler Anlagenbau GmbH – Germany
* Protec – Qatar
* Environmental Preservation Industrial Co – Kuwait
* Vandel SAS – Italy
* STSE Engineering Services Pte Ltd – Singapore
Latest event news…Following the highly successful Red Bull Art of Can exhibition in Dubai last December, we are delighted to annouce that several of the models created will be on display at the Summit. Under the headline ‘Inspiration comes in a can’ the exhibition was a hunt for creativity and a nation-wide invitation for everyone to conceive works of art using the Red Bull can. Recycling at its best!
We hope you can join us for the Middle East Waste Summit – register your place online at www.wastesummit.com/register
The Waste Summit Team