MRAI International Conference 2015
The second edition of the Indian Metals Recycling Conference organised by Metal Recycling Association of India (MRAI) was held February 5-6 at the Ren...
2015 BIR World Recycling Convention & Exhibition i...
For the upcoming World Recycling Convention & Exhibition in Dubai, the BIR Non-Ferrous Metals Division under the interim presidency of David Chiao (Un...
- Key Sharjah government entities join hands in major green drive
- Takreer and Intecsa Industrial award Tecam Group Environmental Technology the first project worldwide for NORM Waste Incineration
- Bee'ah takes over waste management operations in Dibba Al Hisn
- Imdaad and WMS Metal Industries to install waste separation system in Dubai
- Dubai Municipality recognises distinguished supplier for Al Aweer Sewage Treatment Plant extension contract
- Ranjit Singh Baxi elected BIR President
- Recycling industry recognises safety fleets with Vehicle Safety Awards
- Enviroserve completes a decade as the region's forerunner in e-waste services
- Caterpillar to establish Regional Training Centre in Dubai
- UAE Tyre market to grow at 11% CAGR till 2019: Study
- ISRI publishes nine new plastics specs
It’s been commented by earth911.com and with good reason that women are better for the planet - they recycle more, they are more keen to be green, they drive slower and shorter distances, they eat less meat and make more eco-purchases. With this,
there is now a growing trend of women joining the recycling industry.
With Women’s Day being celebrated in March worldwide, Waste and Recycling Middle East would like to recognise those who have shown strength, tenacity and discipline in recycling industry to improve our planet. Women now are setting a new trend in the recycling industry with their positive contributions to the sector.