Mawani, Reviva to Establish Complex for Recycling Marine Waste at Jeddah Islamic Port

The Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) has signed a SR30million ($8 million) contract with the Global Environmental Management Services Ltd., Reviva, to collaborate in establishing a plant for recycling marine and industrial waste at Jeddah Islamic Port.

The deal crystalizes Mawani’s efforts to foster the concept of environmental sustainability, enhance marine safety, and fully immerse the marine sector in sustainability goals, reported the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

Mawani’s President Omar bin Talal Hariri and the CEO of the Saudi Investment Recycling Co., SIRC, Ziad bin Mohammed Al-Shiha signed this promising contract on Sunday, unfolding a new chapter towards a sustainable maritime sector.

The deal represents a crucial step in the pursuit of the National Transport and Logistics Strategy and the Green Port Initiative to position the Kingdom as a global logistics hub connecting three continents.

The new complex will make a difference in the transformation process of waste into valuable resources and build a prosperous circular economy in the Kingdom.

Through the adoption of a new concept based on the comprehensive management of waste, the complex will provide recycling solutions, industrial maintenance and transportation services, and recycling by-products.

Consequently, it will reduce waste generation, and greatly improve waste management.

Therefore, the newly signed contract will accelerate the implementation of the waste management goals in the Kingdom in line with Saudi Vision 2030.

It is basically part of Saudi Arabia’s inspiration to list Jeddah Islamic Port under the top 10 ports in the world.

Mawani has been committed to launching pioneering initiatives in collaboration with the Saudi Green Initiative to reduce emissions, combat climate change, and boost the strategic partnerships between the public and private sectors.

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