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Egis Secures Environmental Licence from NCEC

by Madaline Dunn

Egis, a company working in the architecture, consulting, construction engineering, and mobility sectors, has secured an ‘Environmental License Class A’ from Saudi Arabia’s National Center for Environmental Compliance (NCEC).

The NCES is the body responsible for monitoring and enforcing environmental regulations in Saudi Arabia.

According to the company, obtaining the environmental licence, which aims to safeguard public health and ecological protection, will enable the company to expand its range of services to include:

  • Obtaining environmental permits for complex projects,
  • Environmental audits,
  • Management plans,
  • Periodic environmental reports, and
  • Providing expert consultations and assistance with the rehabilitation of degraded sites and the treatment of contaminated soil.

Commenting on the announcement, Alaa AbuSiam, CEO of Egis in the Middle East & South Asia, said that achieving the environmental licence represents a “strategic turning point” for Egis’ environmental stewardship efforts and a “significant milestone” in its journey to become a key partner in Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030.

“We are motivated to continue deploying our comprehensive expertise to provide an integrated approach to environmental compliance and social responsibility. Egis firmly believes this will strengthen project sustainability, whilst fostering ethical development practices,” added AbuSiam.

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