Saudi’s TAWAL inks electronic waste recycling deal with Holoul

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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Saudi Arabia-based leading ICT infrastructure service provider, TAWAL has entered into an agreement with electronics waste specialists, Holoul Electronic Recycling Treatment Company, to offer a sustainable solution to manage electrical equipment from TAWAL’s telecom towers.

The partnership deal will allow TAWAL to reduce its carbon footprint and protect natural resources. The recycled waste elements from the telecom towers will be converted into raw materials. Further, the agreement will contribute to reducing logistics and storing costs.

The landmark agreement is part of TAWAL’s commitment towards its Sustainability Strategy goals and meeting international standards with regard to electronics recycling and is in line with the strategic aim of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 sustainable agenda. 

Mohammed Alhakbani
Mohammed Alhakbani

“TAWAL’s sustainability initiatives are the result of our commitment towards our society and environment to reduce carbon emissions and reduce waste, and that is why our partnership with Holoul Company was to establish a qualitative and sustainable approach to managing e-waste and develop better and environmentally friendly ways to dispose waste and recycle it in an efficient manner.”

Mr. Mohammad Ghurab, General Manager of Holoul Electronic Recycling Treatment Company said, “As e-waste specialists, we provide electrical and electronics recycling services to the highest industry and government standards. We understand the importance TAWAL places on operating sustainably and through this partnership, we will introduce best practices within the electronics recycling industry to address the ever-growing problem of e-waste and provide sustainable solutions.”  

The Sustainability Strategy of TAWAL is focusing on four pillars, where the company will contribute to the community, environment, and economy by enabling digital accessibility and inclusion, supporting community empowerment, caring for the environment, and contributing to economic development.

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