Waste Management Middle East Forum

October 3 & 4, 2016 - Dubai, UAE

Waste Management Middle East Forum

With the success of this environmental forum over the past 6 editions, Fleming. brings to you the 7th Annual Edition of the Waste Management Middle East Forum. Environmental protection has become an increasingly important item on the social and economic policy agenda for Middle East nations. At this forum we shall discuss the current issues inhibiting the outreach of local efforts and possible means of overcoming them. Reflecting upon some of environmental initiatives emerging in the Middle East and the GCC region, the forum will also feature case studies and panels to debate the current policies and to render them effective.


  • Zero Waste Strategies
  • Solid Waste management
  • Waste Recycling strategies
  • Industrial waste management
  • Drilling waste management
  • Construction and demolition waste management
  • Waste Segregation strategies
  • Governments inetiatives and new rules
  • Impact of hazardous substances and waste pollution on the environment
  • Small Waste to Energy plants for remote areas & islands
  • Green & Organic waste to energy (W2E)
  • Resource Recovery plant from WEES
  • Bio-mechanization of MSW
  • Renewable energy from waste
  • Oil and gas waste management
  • Hospital waste management
  • Pesticide waste management
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Recycling of waste and sustainable development
  • Waste to Energy initiatives and projects to be discussed
  • Hazardous Waste Management
  • Treatement of Chemical discharge from Industries
  • Waste Water treatment
  • Chemical waste management
  • Landfill management
  • Environmental Health and Sustainability
  • Radio active and chemical waste
  • Latest Recycling Technologies

The event shall extend a platform for studying and updating the regional waste and environment professionals on various new technologies and system specifications adopted in different countries and gulf regions and thus help seek to find economically feasible and sustainable solutions for the environment sector and selection of technologies / systems that are most adaptable to suit the local conditions. Thus empowering the to meet the various environmental challenges existing locally and globally.

Agenda Highlights

  • Corporate Initiative and Plans: Zero Waste Movement
  • Recycling solutions for hazardous industrial solid and liquid wastes discharge
  • Waste management: an Environmental Movement or could it be a new form of Future Energy
  • Development of Waste to Energy plants
  • Strategies used for Industrial waste reduction and waste resource recovery and utilization
  • Economy, Modernity and Simplicity in Municipal Solid Waste collection
  • Waste management with special focus on Construction and Demolition Waste (CDW)
  • Municipal Solid Waste Treatment & Disposal Project
  • Breakout Session: Can Zero Landfill ever be achieved
  • Waste management strategies for sustainable urban environments
  • Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD)/ Treated Water Recycling
  • Strategies For Handling Chemical Waste
  • Pannel Discussion:- Making source segregation a norm
  • Integrated and Sustained approach to Solid Waste Management in the region
  • Hazardous waste management reduce & reuse
  • Pre-collection at source for solid waste management & IT solutions
  • Risk Management of Hazardous Waste Risk Assessment (RA) methodology used by industry
  • Anaerobic digestion of biodegradable organics in municipal solid waste
  • A Potential Solution for Waste Management at Remote Sites Storage of Hazardous materials
  • Outlook on Future waste management technologies