be’ah receives over 31000 tonnes of waste during Eid

Muscat: Bee’ah’s engineering landfills received more than 31,000 tons of municipal waste and slaughter waste during the Eid al-Fitr period, indicating an increase estimated at about 13% compared to normal days.

Eng. Mohsen bin Mohammed Al Barwani, General Manager of Planning and Service Improvement at Bee’ah, confirmed that the company has developed an integrated plan in cooperation with operating companies at the governorate level to deal with the expected increases during the Eid period.

He stated that the plan included distributing large containers designated for slaughter waste in locations commensurate with the size of population centers and ease of access to them, in addition to increasing the frequency of emptying containers and intensifying field supervision to ensure the quality of services provided throughout the days of Eid.

He added that the quantities of municipal waste and slaughter waste that were received in the company’s facilities during the period from April 9 to 13 of this year exceeded 31 thousand tons, meaning an increase rate estimated at more than (13%) compared to the quantities of waste that are received during normal days, and slaughter waste contributed The amount of waste received increased significantly, in addition to a significant increase in the amount of other municipal waste.

The Director General of Planning and Service Improvement at Bee’ah Company pointed out that the increase in waste in the governorates of Al Dhahirah, North Al Sharqiyah and Al Buraimi was the highest in the Sultanate of Oman in terms of weight and reached more than 93% in these governorates.

He explained that a positive change was observed by the community in terms of their awareness of dealing with slaughter waste and throwing it in the places designated for it, as a result of the efforts made by Bee’ah Company through its awareness campaigns before and during the Eid days, which focus on the correct behavior in dealing with slaughter waste and preserving the environment. .

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