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The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) announces partnership with Suez

by Madaline Dunn

The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) has announced a new partnership with Suez to support the provision of essential municipal and environmental services for AlUla’s expanding community of residents, businesses, and visitors.

The agreement was signed on the sidelines of this year’s Future Investment Initiative (FII) event and is set to enable RCU’s transition into a mature and advanced municipality and empower AlUla’s development into a city prepared to overcome any challenges it may face as part of its ongoing growth.

Suez, a French water and waste management specialist, has more than 160 years of experience in the field, and has been highlighted as suited to aid RCU in its long-term goal of regenerating AlUla into a sustainable, liveable, and efficient destination that employs smart water, waste, and environmental technologies and solutions in its management of key resources.

Integrating Suez’s expertise into RCU’s delivery of city services will ensure the safe, sustainable, and consistent provision of water and waste solutions throughout AlUla, it said.

The partnership also strengthens RCU’s efforts to tackle the effects of climate change on the natural and urban landscape while conserving biodiversity in AlUla.

RCU and Suez will undertake strategic development projects and knowledge sharing to maintain and expand water and waste management within the framework of RCU’s goal to improve people’s quality of life and in full alignment with the pillars of AlUla’s Sustainability Charter, the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 plan, and the Saudi Green Initiative.

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