The high rate of population growth, urbanization and economic expansion in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is leading to increased and accelerating rates in municipal solid waste generation that is putting KSA in the top-ten countries worldwide in terms of per capita waste generation.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), listed under “absolute water scarcity” category, is heavily relying on sea water desalination to meet its increasing per capita demand and to achieve water security. The government has already paid special attention to the water sector mainly due to the scarcity of natural resources and the critical challenges encountered.
Air pollution and soil contamination in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) are correlated with its accelerated economic growth over the past few decades. In a country with heavy operations related to oil exploration, production, processing and transportation, there is always a potential environmental threat in terms of soil contamination and air pollution. Oil leakages from pipelines, oil wells, or underground storage tanks and the improper disposal of oil wastes could lead to soil contamination as well as surface and groundwater contamination.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is planning to invest USD 109 billion over the next 20 years in order to take advantage of its excellent solar resources and diversify its energy mix. According to King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (KA-CARE), the government is targeting 41 GW of solar capacity within two decades.
According to King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (KA-CARE), the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has plans to add 9 GW of wind energy within two decades. At AMAD, We guide project developers, investors, asset managers, farm operators and public stakeholders throughout the development of wind projects.
Rationalization of energy consumption and improving energy efficiency in the various energy consuming sectors would support the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) to preserve its national energy resources and thus enhance the national development and economy.
The King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (KA-CARE) recommends the generation of 3GW of electricity from wastes by 2032. Waste-to-energy plants would not only help produce more electricity but also significantly reduce the amounts of solid waste placed in landfills in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This would help mitigate the inter-related impacts of ground and air pollution.
Health inspection and control projects run by various municipalities (e.g. Riyadh, Dammam, etc.) improve the quality of healthcare services provided in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). AMAD was honored to win the implementation of several health inspection and control projects where it held several activities including a comprehensive survey of all facilities of public health, development of programmes and regulations for health control, follow-up activities and training of health inspectors.
Accreditation is a tool that can be used to continually improve the quality of health services provided by health institutions. During each phase of the accreditation cycle (application, preparation, survey, and follow-up), AMAD will help you reach the excellence andsuperiority in the accreditation process throughout team formation, development and implementation of action plans, conducting initial surveys and audits and self-evaluation.