On June 21, 2012, Aremena announced that the company had won another contract with the US Government.
Online PR News – 25-June-2012 – Pasig – On June 21, 2012, Aremena announced that the company had won another contract with the US Government. In a statement, Aremena’s Country Manager, Dr. Emad Ali made it public that Aremena-Iraq was selected by the US Department of State to handle regulated waste in 13 US Embassy locations across Iraq including but not limited to:
• Northern Region: Erbil and associated sites, Kirkuk, and Tikrit
• Central Region: Sather, Shield, Besmayah, Union III, Taji, Prosperity, and U.S. Embassy
• Southern Region: Basrah, an d Umm Qasar
Under the terms of this $12.5M contract, Aremena is mandated to undertake extensive regulated waste management services for the US Embassy for the next five years. Aremena’s knowhow, expertise and resources in processing regulated waste across Middle East were a key to its selection to do this important task for the US Embassy and its sites across the nation. After careful and detailed evaluation of Aremena’s qualification and most specifically GOI certifications and permits, US DOS selected Aremena as the company to provide regulated waste management services to the US Embassy sites across Iraq. This contract brings US government facilities into compliance with GOI regulations regarding the safe treatment and proper disposal of regulated wastes. Aremena was selected due to its proven knowhow, expertise and resources to do this important task for the US Embassy and its sites across the nation.
The Aremena Team has an established network of Iraqi waste management operators who can be counted upon to provide services and approved disposal capabilities to meet the specifications of the GOI and DOS waste management programs.
Commenting on the company’s Iraq wins, Dr. Emad Ali said: "This award comes shortly after the successful delivery of water well drilling services to Royal Dutch Shell PLC at the Majnoon oil fields in southern Iraq. Winning these contracts signifies the increasing presence of Aremena in the vibrant Iraqi economy. He added: “These projects and our other successes demonstrate Aremena’s leadership in Iraqi environmental services.” He added: “This paves the way for Aremena’s goal of becoming the number one choice for providing environmental & engineering services to the national and regional governments, organizations and companies operating in the MENA region.”
Aremena is an Iraqi-owned US small business and has been active in Iraq since 2004. Aremena has grown rapidly to become a leading engineering company in MENA. “While, we continue to serve the US and regional governments, we are now focusing on the emerging Iraqi Oil & Gas market,” said Mr. Jayme Pedro, Aremena’s corporate communications officer from Aremena’s Manila Office. For more information, visit www.aremena.com.
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Mr. Jayme Pedro