One of the Al Sharif Holding Group companies, established in line with Kingdom's vision 2030, by national cadres specializing in the environment and recycling.
We are working to achieve the highest international standards and to be one of the best leading environmental companies.
We seek to create sustainable and integrated environmental projects and to be an example for our competitors locally and regionally.
Create a sustainable organization by local data and time conditions and in line with global developments to get economic and environmental returns.
To be the leading company capable of finding appropriate qualitative and competitive solutions; to achieve the desired goals with high standards and commitment exceeds customer’s aspirations.
Building a system capable of achieving the strategic vision and goals.
With determination and passion, we seek to achieve the Kingdom's goals for sustainable development within more than one goal. And to be effective and professional.
Aiming to enhance the waste management system in the health industry, Sama Environmental Services Co. signed an agreement with Tesalys's to promote the "non-burn" infectious waste management systems in Saudi Arabia.
Sama signed an agreement with the French manufacturer Tesalys, for the promotion of Tesalys STERIPLUSTM and STERISHRED® shredder-sterilizers for biomedical waste in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. With the common goal of bringing a sustainable solution to the environmental impact related to the disposal of healthcare waste, Sama and Tesalys unite their expertise to deploy on a national scale Tesalys' innovative on-site treatment of infectious waste.
The agreement was signed during the recent Arab Health 2022 trade fair in Dubai on January 25th, 2022, by Eng. Eng. Saba AlAmoudi , P3O, PMP, COO of Sama Environmental Services Co. and Mr. Miquel Lozano, President of Tesalys.
Review and Evaluation of MWAN ( national center of waste management )Target:
Collect, transport, treat and sellOwner
Submit to MWAN
Ministry of healthSatus
MoU signed and working to register the technology in the National Center for Waste Management.Target