• Prince Charles’ Visit to Bahrain

    Our Director, Halel Engineer, had the great honour of meeting HRH Prince Charles and Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa on 10th November 2016. Both were excited to learn about the activities of our sister company Reef Arabia concerning the rehabilitation of Bahrain’s marine environment, including their new reef unit the Majfara and the Acropora […]

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  • Safety and Awareness at Sea

    Environment Arabia and its sister company Reef Arabia were invited to take part in the Bahrain Coast Guard’s Expo at the Seef Mall Muharraq. The event was about safety and awareness at sea.

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  • CSR, Nadeen School Bahrain

    Environment Arabia were invited to Nadeen School, to talk about environmental problems facing our planet today and what can be done about them, and to speak about what it is like to be an environmental consultant. The event coincided with Earth Day 2017 which aims to inspire awareness of, and appreciation for, earth’s environment. Great […]

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  • SULTANATE OF OMAN

    Ministry of Environment and Climate Affairs was originally constituted in 1984 as the Ministry for the Environment. It operates a permitting regime to authorise and regulate activities that may result in damage to the environment. The principal environmental legislation in Oman is Sultani Decree Number 114/2001, the Law on Conservation of the Environment and Prevention […]

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  • UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

    The general federal environmental law is Law No. 24 of 1999 Regarding Protection and Development of the Environment. This law covers every aspect of environmental protection including land, water and air. It requires all governmental bodies concerned with planning, construction and economic development to consider environmental protection, the prevention of pollution and the rational use […]

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  • KUWAIT

    Law No. 21 for the Year 1995 established the Kuwait Environment Protection Authority tasked with carrying out all activities and functions necessary to ensure the protection of the environment in the State. Since establishment, 14 major international agreements have been ratified, and a large majority of these were transcribed into law by KEPA. In 2009, […]

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  • QATAR

    The Ministry of Environment is the body responsible for environmental protection and legislation in the State of Qatar. It was originally known as the Supreme Council for the Environment & Natural Reserves which was established to protect the environment of Qatar and support the development and sustainability of the country’s living and non-living natural resources. […]

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  • SAUDI ARABIA

    A Royal Decree dated 25th February 1981, entrusted the Presidency of Meteorology and Environment with the control of pollution and protection of the environment within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. On 15th October 2001, the ‘General Environmental Law and its Rules for Implementation’ was enacted which aims at protecting public health from all activities and […]

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  • BAHRAIN

    Within the Kingdom of Bahrain, the protection of the environment falls under the auspices of the Supreme Council for Environment. Established in December 2012, it replaced the Public Commission for Protection of Marine Resources, Environment and Wildlife, and is tasked with protecting the country’s natural environment and monitoring potentially harmful industrial activity. The first major […]

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  • BAPCO MODERNIZATION PROGRAM (BMP) – EHIA

    Environment Arabia Consultancy Services (EACS) has been appointed by Technip Italy S.p.A to undertake an Environmental Health Impact Assessment for the Bapco Modernization Program (BMP), Bahrain. The BMP project comprises a package of developments to expand the capacity of the Bahrain Refinery from 267,000 bpd to 360,000 bpd. The Refinery configuration post-BMP will allow for […]

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