• Emirates 360- Waste Management

    Among Dubai's renowned qualities is the city's cleanliness, evident in its litter free streets and thoughtful landscape. Its developed infrastructure, well-planned residential and business areas as well as progressive sectors and industries has driven the emirate's population growth in the past decade and still continues to do so. In 2012, Dubai International Airport welcomed 57,684,550 passengers, up by more than 13% from 2011. It is now the second busiest airport worldwide in terms of international passengers. This increase in populace also meant a rise in demand for services such as waste management. In response to this, Dubai Municipality established a dedicated department in 2008. According to Engineer Saifaei, 70% of the city's waste management needs is covered by the private se...

    published: 14 Jul 2013
  • Emirates Waste to Energy Company

    Bee'ah and Masdar launching the Emirates Waste to Energy Company

    published: 26 May 2017
  • UAE major recycling programme

    The United Arab Emirates is renowned for its poor environmental record - a country with gas-guzzling 4x4s, air conditioned concrete sky scrapers and high electricity and water bills. It also has one of the highest rates of waste per person at 2.5kg per person per day compared to 2.1kg in the US and just 0.85kg in China. In the past all its rubbish was thrown into landfill sites, but now moves are afoot to change this, with the Emirate of Sharjah leading the way. Not that long ago all this waste would have ended up in desert landfill sites. In Dubai and some of the other emirates most of it still does. But four years ago the Emirate of Sharjah introduced a major recycling initiative. Now 40 per cent of all waste is recycled and by 2015 Sharjah is aiming for virtually nothing to...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • What Airplane Toilets Do With Your Waste

    Modern airplane toilet bowls rely on strong suction and teflon-coated walls to flush--causing waste to accelerate through its pipes faster than a Formula One race car. From: X-RAY MEGA AIRPORT: Failure is Not an Option http://bit.ly/1PBpOZy

    published: 29 Jan 2016
  • Recycling company finds use for UAE's abandoned cars

    LEAD IN: Every year, thousands of cars in the UAE are abandoned and left to rust, eventually being shipped abroad to be melted down for their steel. Now, the small UAE emirate of Sharjah has found a way to recycle those discarded motors, turning them into scrap metal in the process. STORY-LINE: From piled up autos to useful scrap metal, all in a matter of minutes. At the plants of Bee'ha, the emirate of Sharjah's own recycling company, they're turning these discarded motors into useful scraps of steel in a flash. Once any recoverable items like radiators, seats, headlights and tyres have been removed, the vehicle's metal carcasses are lifted into what's called Red Giant. It's a fitting name, Red Giant is considered the world's most powerful shredding machine, it's able to pull 60 t...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • Emirates CEO: We contribute to the US economy

    In an exclusive interview, Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum tells Richard Quest how his company supports more than a million American jobs, and why he's not worried about Trump rolling back any open sky policies.

    published: 09 Feb 2017
  • Recycling in the UAE

    A group of environment scientists and policy makers joined the Rio+20 conference, promoting the UAE's environmental initiatives and demonstrating a clear commitment to a sustainable future. Noni Edwards reports.

    published: 18 Jul 2012
  • WHY I REALLY QUIT EMIRATES & LIFE IN DUBAI

    Setting the record straight on why I really quit being a flight attendant for Emirates airline. I got a lot of negative comments in the previous video I made about my experience working for Emirates, people seemed to think I quit because I wasn't happy with the salary but that is far from the truth, so here I explain that I quit for health reasons and talk a little about what life was life in Dubai. The highs and the lows. WATCH NEXT: MY EXPERIENCE WORKING AS AN EMIRATES FLIGHT ATTENDANT https://youtu.be/gFhl-HMgXnU PREVIOUS VIDEO: https://youtu.be/18ax87xgtk0 FOLLOW ME: ☞BLOG - http://kristenleotsakou.blogspot.com/ ☞INSTAGRAM - http://instagram.com/KristenLeo/ ☞TWITTER - https://twitter.com/KristenLeo ☞BLOGLOVIN - http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/12953067 ☞TUMBLR - http://kristenleotsak...

    published: 16 Dec 2015
  • All passengers safe after Emirates Airline plane crash-lands in Dubai

    A firefighter died when an Emirates airline flight crash-landed at Dubai International Airport on Wednesday, but all 300 passengers and crew were evacuated safely from the aircraft, authorities said. Al Jazeera's Andrew Potter reports. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

    published: 03 Aug 2016
  • TCM BALER corrugated waste cartoons compactor machine Oman United Arab Emirates Ukraine

    TCM BALER:http://www.tcmbaler.com/ a professional manufacturer, specialize in hydraulic compressing machine/ baling press compactor/pressing baler for more than 15years, Our products are applicable for waste cardboard/ cardbox, OCC, plastic bottles ,fiber, rags,wipers,used clothes/clothing,textiles, cotton, newspaper, kraft paper, scrap metal, mattress spring, scrap car body, heavy steel etc. plays a big role in recycling industry, welcomed by domestic and national customers. Main products: 1.Fully automatic horizontal baling press 2.Semi-automatic horizontal baling press 3.vertical baling press baler 4.wipers/rags bagging press baler 5.scrap metal baling compactor 6.shearing baler machine 7.container shear 8.movable scrap metal baler compactor 9.single shaft shredder 10.double shaft shr...

    published: 05 Mar 2017
  • Emirates 360- Recycling

    The quantity of Municipal solid waste generated in Dubai until April this year is 909,000 tons. It is estimated that 2.7 kg of waste is produced per person daily in the city. The Waste Management Director said it is important to send the message of waste minimization and segregation to everyone. This includes shopping malls, industrial and commercial establishments. Recycling and waste segregation is not new to Dubai. While it gained considerable attention in recent years, the Emirates Environmental Group or EEG has been working on this since 1991. Habiba Al Marashi, Chairman & Founder of the group says for more than two decades, they have been raising the community's consciousness, engaging the public and private sectors as well as education institutions through various campaigns, cl...

    published: 14 Jul 2013
  • The challenge of reducing the UAE's waste | The New Economy

    The waste management sector is still in its infancy in the UAE. Khaled Al Huraimel, Group CEO of Sharjah-based environmental management company Bee'ah, discusses the Emirate's zero-waste to landfill target, and the challenges the city-state must overcome. For a full transcript visit: http://www.theneweconomy.com/videos/the-challenge-of-reducing-the-uaes-waste For more videos from The New Economy go to http://www.theneweconomy.com/videos/

    published: 10 Apr 2015
  • How to use toilet in Flight Inside Flight Toilet Washroom in Aeroplane by The Tourism School

    This video shows you how to use toilet inside the flight.

    published: 25 Nov 2016
  • Ballotelli's slow walk of shame at Emirates

    The disgraceful Man City striker Ballotelli saw Red in more ways than he'd like today. What a waste of money!! Nasri what's the score! Nasri, Nasri what's the score!

    published: 08 Apr 2012
  • 12 Most Fascinating Man-Made Islands

    From Tokyo's Disneyland an incredible tourist attraction to the man-made islands w/ beautiful beaches & resorts perfect to visit Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 6. Ile Aux Cygnes This smalls artificial island is located on the River Seine in Paris and was created in 1827 in order to protect the port of Grenelle. Ile aux cygnes translates to the Island of Swans. It’s uninhabited for the most part except for this replica of Lady Liberty that stands about 70 feet tall, facing the direction of her much larger sister in New York City. It was originally facing the direction of the Eiffel Tower but ... 5. Nanhai Pearl Island This artificial island located off the coast of Holiday beach in China is currently under construction and will be an enormous tourist attraction with hotel...

    published: 19 Nov 2016
  • Computer Recycling Dubai UAE Electronic Recycling Dubai

    For over 10 years, Recycle Emirates in Dubai UAE, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain & Qatar has provided corporations, governments and individuals a value-added solution to their unwanted and depreciating IT assets. We are also the only fully integrated End to End solutions provider whereby we not only Collect and Recycle your old IT equipment, but we also pay you a fair value* for it and also take care of the sensitive Data on your devices by means of a proprietary Department of Defense compliant Data Erasure process. Recycle Emirates is the premiere, one-stop comprehensive recycling resource within Dubai UAE and also the GCC region. With accessible processing location and a strong logistics partner network, we have the ability to provide your satellite locations and branch offices w...

    published: 10 Oct 2016
Emirates 360- Waste Management

Emirates 360- Waste Management

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Among Dubai's renowned qualities is the city's cleanliness, evident in its litter free streets and thoughtful landscape. Its developed infrastructure, well-planned residential and business areas as well as progressive sectors and industries has driven the emirate's population growth in the past decade and still continues to do so. In 2012, Dubai International Airport welcomed 57,684,550 passengers, up by more than 13% from 2011. It is now the second busiest airport worldwide in terms of international passengers. This increase in populace also meant a rise in demand for services such as waste management. In response to this, Dubai Municipality established a dedicated department in 2008. According to Engineer Saifaei, 70% of the city's waste management needs is covered by the private sector, servicing areas in new Dubai where much of the population increase is taking place. Among these are the developments by Nakheel, Emaar and Dubai Properties. Meanwhile, the civic body serves 30% of the city, already developed and vibrant with established trade, housing, medical, education and many others which people often refer to as the old Dubai
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Emirates Waste to Energy Company

Emirates Waste to Energy Company

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Bee'ah and Masdar launching the Emirates Waste to Energy Company
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UAE major recycling programme

UAE major recycling programme

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The United Arab Emirates is renowned for its poor environmental record - a country with gas-guzzling 4x4s, air conditioned concrete sky scrapers and high electricity and water bills. It also has one of the highest rates of waste per person at 2.5kg per person per day compared to 2.1kg in the US and just 0.85kg in China. In the past all its rubbish was thrown into landfill sites, but now moves are afoot to change this, with the Emirate of Sharjah leading the way. Not that long ago all this waste would have ended up in desert landfill sites. In Dubai and some of the other emirates most of it still does. But four years ago the Emirate of Sharjah introduced a major recycling initiative. Now 40 per cent of all waste is recycled and by 2015 Sharjah is aiming for virtually nothing to go into landfill sites. The private company Bee'ah was set up in Sharjah with the backing of Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, who is a keen environmentalist and consultants from the Netherlands are offering guidance. It has a contract to run the municipality's waste collections, clean roads and manage the landfill sites - which have all been tidied up. This year different coloured recycling bins were introduced to all households and throughout the emirate to encourage individuals to separate their waste. At this material recovery facility - the third biggest in the world - teams of workers are responsible for sorting plastics, cans and bottles which are then baled into bundles and sent to factories for recycling. Bee'ah is now trying to raise awareness of the benefits of recycling so that less waste needs to be manually sorted by workers. "In the last few years we've started building the infrastructure but the challenges we face is the awareness side. Having started, this year, our residential recycling programme we are focusing more on the residents of Sharjah, educating them and making them aware of the problems of waste," Khaled Al Huraimel, CEO of Bee'ah, says. But it's not just household rubbish that's being recycled; other products such as construction waste and even car tyres are being broken down and reused. In the past tyres were left to rot in landfill sites. Four-thousand tyres a day are discarded in Sharjah and there is still a backlog of seven million waiting to be processed. Metal has to be removed from each tyre before it can be broken down and turned into rubber chips. These are made into tiles and rubber asphalt for roads and tracks - like this running track in Sharjah. Bee'ah is now looking ahead to working with the other Emirates to manage waste and encourage recycling. The next step is to find a way to turn waste into energy. A few months ago a research centre was set up at the American University of Sharjah to look at ways of turning waste into valuable resources and finding a way of breaking down plastic. In Dubai the Emirates Environmental Group tries to raise awareness about recycling. During their annual can collection day they encourage companies and schools to bring in aluminium cans for collection. The cans are weighed and prizes are handed out in a bid to encourage recycling. Since they started collecting cans in 1997 they've sent nearly 150,000kgs for recycling. But still - at less than 10 per cent of the overall number- there is still more that can be achieved. The remaining 90 per cent get buried in the desert. The group, spearheaded by Emirati Habiba Al Marashi, has set up recycling centres around the Emirates and offers an education programme in schools in a bid to raise awareness amongst the next generation. During this year's can collection day EEG managed to collect 5,000kg of cans. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/35ab722fe653547d6c86afb35f87fe09 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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What Airplane Toilets Do With Your Waste

What Airplane Toilets Do With Your Waste

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Modern airplane toilet bowls rely on strong suction and teflon-coated walls to flush--causing waste to accelerate through its pipes faster than a Formula One race car. From: X-RAY MEGA AIRPORT: Failure is Not an Option http://bit.ly/1PBpOZy
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Recycling company finds use for UAE's abandoned cars

Recycling company finds use for UAE's abandoned cars

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LEAD IN: Every year, thousands of cars in the UAE are abandoned and left to rust, eventually being shipped abroad to be melted down for their steel. Now, the small UAE emirate of Sharjah has found a way to recycle those discarded motors, turning them into scrap metal in the process. STORY-LINE: From piled up autos to useful scrap metal, all in a matter of minutes. At the plants of Bee'ha, the emirate of Sharjah's own recycling company, they're turning these discarded motors into useful scraps of steel in a flash. Once any recoverable items like radiators, seats, headlights and tyres have been removed, the vehicle's metal carcasses are lifted into what's called Red Giant. It's a fitting name, Red Giant is considered the world's most powerful shredding machine, it's able to pull 60 tonnes of car bodies to pieces an hour. "The grinder eats through the vehicle tipping it into small particles and pieces," explains Najib Faris from Bee'ha. "It goes into a separation unit where the materials are separated by type and then we see the steel coming out of that end and the non-ferris aluminiums and other materials coming out of the other end." Faris claims around 300 to 400 hundred cars are discarded everyday across the UAE. It's thought they're either too old to pass the country's stringent car ownership laws or too badly damaged in a crash. Some are abandoned in the desert, while others are shipped to places like South East Asia or Africa to be processed into scrap metal. But now, the emirate of Sharjah has found a new use for some of them. They're currently recycling 75 to 90 of the 150 cars abandoned in the emirate each day. Bee'ha claims they could manage 500 at peak capacity during one day shift, more if they added late shifts. Shipping whole cars abroad for processing is costly, one container ship takes between 17 and 20 whole cars - that's the equivalent of 70 to 80 shredded motors. By shredding the abandoned autos here in the UAE, the steel can then be shipped straight to the manufacturers' smelters, therefore circumventing a long and expensive delay. As well as providing a good source of income, it also helps protect the environment, according to Faris. "You used to see a lot of cars abandoned, sitting, lying there visually polluting the environment," he says. "Then you've got the second part which is the environmental impact itself; vehicles that are abandoned or left in junkyards are containing a lot of hazardous materials that could affect the environment majorly, be it the liquids, the fluids, the oils, the material itself that's sitting there, and most importantly taking that valuable resource and putting it back into the economic cycle." Teams of workers remove anything salvageable from the cars until only an empty shell is left. What they remove can be sold separately. Bee'ha also has its own tyre recycling plant, which processes 9-thousand tyres a day into rubber tiling for roads and walkways. The recycling company manages everything from domestic and office waste collection to treatment including food waste, paper and electronic waste. They also handle cooking oil, industrial waste, wood and construction waste. It manages the Middle East's largest material recovery facility, it's also the third largest in the world. Bee'ha's CEO, Khaled Al Huraimel, says the company's eventual aim is to achieve zero landfill. "We're now trying to treat and recover as much waste as we can," he says. Not only is Bee'ha cleaning up the emirate's environment, they're also making a profit. According to Al Huraimel, there's real demand for the materials they recover. "Of course you can make money out of it," he says. Bee'ha aren't aiming to stop at car shredding. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9d06eea0eaa50a3f9ff4f86481d4f45e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Emirates CEO: We contribute to the US economy

Emirates CEO: We contribute to the US economy

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In an exclusive interview, Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum tells Richard Quest how his company supports more than a million American jobs, and why he's not worried about Trump rolling back any open sky policies.
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Recycling in the UAE

Recycling in the UAE

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A group of environment scientists and policy makers joined the Rio+20 conference, promoting the UAE's environmental initiatives and demonstrating a clear commitment to a sustainable future. Noni Edwards reports.
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WHY I REALLY QUIT EMIRATES & LIFE IN DUBAI

WHY I REALLY QUIT EMIRATES & LIFE IN DUBAI

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Setting the record straight on why I really quit being a flight attendant for Emirates airline. I got a lot of negative comments in the previous video I made about my experience working for Emirates, people seemed to think I quit because I wasn't happy with the salary but that is far from the truth, so here I explain that I quit for health reasons and talk a little about what life was life in Dubai. The highs and the lows. WATCH NEXT: MY EXPERIENCE WORKING AS AN EMIRATES FLIGHT ATTENDANT https://youtu.be/gFhl-HMgXnU PREVIOUS VIDEO: https://youtu.be/18ax87xgtk0 FOLLOW ME: ☞BLOG - http://kristenleotsakou.blogspot.com/ ☞INSTAGRAM - http://instagram.com/KristenLeo/ ☞TWITTER - https://twitter.com/KristenLeo ☞BLOGLOVIN - http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/12953067 ☞TUMBLR - http://kristenleotsakou.tumblr.com/ ☞FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/tapeovercrystal __ SHOP THREE BIRDS SITTING http://etsy.me/1G9qPXp __ MUSIC: __ WATCH THIS! Sweatshop Documentary: http://bit.ly/1G2tvqh The True cost Documentary: http://truecostmovie.com/ LEARN MORE ABOUT UNETHICAL MATERIALS https://youtu.be/DE56fAD3HyE https://youtu.be/PtAFHyXS31M https://youtu.be/7hZh_zrV6oY https://youtu.be/g55mL67BM20 A guide to making clothing choices: http://bit.ly/1HrILdt How to Find Guilt-Free, Affordable Fashion: http://bit.ly/1HEy6Sg Sixty big name brands continuing to use sweatshop labour: http://bit.ly/1Ap27TH Are These Unethical Fashion Brands Hiding In Your Closet? http://bit.ly/1FKMiab Changing the world through fashion: Eva Kruse at TEDxCopenhagen http://bit.ly/1Kw6kF5 *This is not a sponsored video
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All passengers safe after Emirates Airline plane crash-lands in Dubai

All passengers safe after Emirates Airline plane crash-lands in Dubai

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A firefighter died when an Emirates airline flight crash-landed at Dubai International Airport on Wednesday, but all 300 passengers and crew were evacuated safely from the aircraft, authorities said. Al Jazeera's Andrew Potter reports. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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TCM BALER corrugated waste cartoons compactor machine Oman  United Arab Emirates  Ukraine

TCM BALER corrugated waste cartoons compactor machine Oman United Arab Emirates Ukraine

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Emirates 360- Recycling

Emirates 360- Recycling

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The quantity of Municipal solid waste generated in Dubai until April this year is 909,000 tons. It is estimated that 2.7 kg of waste is produced per person daily in the city. The Waste Management Director said it is important to send the message of waste minimization and segregation to everyone. This includes shopping malls, industrial and commercial establishments. Recycling and waste segregation is not new to Dubai. While it gained considerable attention in recent years, the Emirates Environmental Group or EEG has been working on this since 1991. Habiba Al Marashi, Chairman & Founder of the group says for more than two decades, they have been raising the community's consciousness, engaging the public and private sectors as well as education institutions through various campaigns, clean up, collection and recycling drives
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The challenge of reducing the UAE's waste | The New Economy

The challenge of reducing the UAE's waste | The New Economy

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The waste management sector is still in its infancy in the UAE. Khaled Al Huraimel, Group CEO of Sharjah-based environmental management company Bee'ah, discusses the Emirate's zero-waste to landfill target, and the challenges the city-state must overcome. For a full transcript visit: http://www.theneweconomy.com/videos/the-challenge-of-reducing-the-uaes-waste For more videos from The New Economy go to http://www.theneweconomy.com/videos/
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How to use toilet in Flight Inside Flight Toilet Washroom in Aeroplane by The Tourism School

How to use toilet in Flight Inside Flight Toilet Washroom in Aeroplane by The Tourism School

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This video shows you how to use toilet inside the flight.
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Ballotelli's slow walk of shame at Emirates

Ballotelli's slow walk of shame at Emirates

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The disgraceful Man City striker Ballotelli saw Red in more ways than he'd like today. What a waste of money!! Nasri what's the score! Nasri, Nasri what's the score!
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12 Most Fascinating Man-Made Islands

12 Most Fascinating Man-Made Islands

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From Tokyo's Disneyland an incredible tourist attraction to the man-made islands w/ beautiful beaches & resorts perfect to visit Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 6. Ile Aux Cygnes This smalls artificial island is located on the River Seine in Paris and was created in 1827 in order to protect the port of Grenelle. Ile aux cygnes translates to the Island of Swans. It’s uninhabited for the most part except for this replica of Lady Liberty that stands about 70 feet tall, facing the direction of her much larger sister in New York City. It was originally facing the direction of the Eiffel Tower but ... 5. Nanhai Pearl Island This artificial island located off the coast of Holiday beach in China is currently under construction and will be an enormous tourist attraction with hotels, shipyard, cruiseships and a theme park. It currently has one bridge that connects it to the mainland of Hainan China. China has become notorious lately with their construction of artificial islands. They caused some controversy when they began constructing many islands and then militarizing them and turning them into airbase fortresses of the China Sea, which we’ll get into more later. But this one here is supposed to be for touristic purposes. Construction began in April 2016 and consists of a round, crescent shaped body, and somewhat seems like a response to Dubai’s artificial islands. 4. Islands of Uros The Uros people of Peru live very simple lives on floating artificial islands. These islands are actually made of reeds that grow on the edges of Lake Titicaca. These reeds are harvested, bundled tightly and small settlements are built on top of them.The Uros are very mysterious people and legend has it that they have black blood and have seemingly magical tolerance to cold weather. The purpose of the island settlements were originally for defensive purposes and if they came into threats from invading tribes they could simply move their homes on this islands. Each island houses anywhere from 2-10 families depending on the size. Local residents enjoy a variety of different resources that Lake titicaca provides which include, a large variety of fish, birds such as flamingos and even graze cattle on their islands. Simply fascinating. 3. Palm Jumeirah How would you feel about living on an extremely large man made island in the Persian Gulf? Sounds like it could be intriguing. These also belong to the flamboyant United Arab Emirates. But instead of taking the shape of the world, these cluster of islands are shaped like a palm tree and are much utilized than it’s neighboring chain of islands. The palm tree consists of a trunk that acts like a bridge to the mainland with 16 fronds and a surrounding crescent shaped island. This is the home the to luxurious Palm Atlantis Hotel which began construction in 2001. This adds an extra 40 miles to Dubai’s coastline and was built with over 7 million tons of stone. They kept the nearby ecosystem in mind and used natural rock to encourage natural reef creation by the sea life. 2. Thilafushi Maldives The Maldives are known for being an excellent resort country in the middle of the indian ocean. Its beautiful beaches are flocked to by millions of tourists each year. One of its least popular islands, however, isn’t really natural. The thilafushi island is built on top of reclaimed coral reefs in 1992 not to house a 5 star resort, but to house the garbage left by tourists and locals alike. It was built as a landfill and given the nickname garbage island. In 2005, it’s estimated that 31000 truckloads of garbage were transported to this island each year and it continues to grow each year at the rate of 365,000 square feet a day! The BBC even described the waste on the island was apocalyptic. 1.Chinese War Islands In recent years, it’s been China’s goal to beef up their military presence especially in the South China Sea where these islands are located. Their building islands here on international waters at an exponential rate at there seems to be no end in sight. The US navy and rival Asian counterparts dispute these practices as being aggressive and unnecessary. This is part of their plan to build dominance as a commercial and military power and no one wants to tell them to stop. This guarantees that tension in this area will continue to rise especially as Vietnam, Australia and the Philippines don’t appreciate this one bit. Just because it’s called the China Sea, doesn’t make it theirs! It’s a crucial trade route with more than 5 trillion dollars worth of international shipping each year, in which China has no historical ties with. If something isn’t done about these islands soon, it could very well lead to world war 3.
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Computer Recycling Dubai UAE Electronic Recycling Dubai

Computer Recycling Dubai UAE Electronic Recycling Dubai

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For over 10 years, Recycle Emirates in Dubai UAE, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain & Qatar has provided corporations, governments and individuals a value-added solution to their unwanted and depreciating IT assets. We are also the only fully integrated End to End solutions provider whereby we not only Collect and Recycle your old IT equipment, but we also pay you a fair value* for it and also take care of the sensitive Data on your devices by means of a proprietary Department of Defense compliant Data Erasure process. Recycle Emirates is the premiere, one-stop comprehensive recycling resource within Dubai UAE and also the GCC region. With accessible processing location and a strong logistics partner network, we have the ability to provide your satellite locations and branch offices with a secure and reliable Computer and electronics equipment recovery service. Our products and services offer companies and individuals a way to properly dispose of old or unused electronics with ZERO impact to our landfills and environment. In our combined 30,000 square feet of warehouse space and 40 employees in the UAE, Recycle Emirates has teams of equipment inspectors, technicians and dismantlers for IT equipment. Our processing techniques act in accordance with all relevant local, state and federal laws. Recycle Emirates handles all dismantling in house and we Donot Export any unprocessed equipment. Equipment is sent to the disassembly line and is broken down into its original raw commodities (copper, aluminum, iron, lead, steel, glass, plastic, etc.) then separated into different boxes for further processing. We are the only company in the region that has multiple Certifications such as: • ISO 9001ISO 14001ISO 27001OHSAS 18001Microsoft Registered Refurbisher • Microsoft Educational Partner program member Recycle Emirates maintains required documentation and permits related to the handling of residual waste streams, and our downstream partners maintain the same standards. Recycle Emirates also offers both on-site and off-site data destruction for your personal, confidential and classified information.
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