Environmental Issues In Saudi Arabia Case Study

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Register to read the introduction… Saudi Arabia is facing a lot of Environmental issues such as waste management, sewage problem, flooding and storm drainage problem, and ground water rising. First of all, the waste management which is a critical issue of what to dump, where to dump all these waste and how can we find a better solution of recycling instead of dumping. The MEPA Meteorological and Environmental Protection Administration are currently finding alternative solutions to solve this problem and take corrective actions. Secondly, the water is a very expensive commodity and is very scarce in Saudi Arabia. The natural water through rain and ground water is not sufficient to the needs of the people. So the country management is finding ways to provide its residents with dependable water supply by recycling the used water in a proper way. However, the local geological structures and natural channels that had in the past handled the natural runoff have been altered significantly by human settlement and filling and groundwater, the city storm water drainage and sewer systems and the marine environment. This in turn has had cumulative on the natural, social and economic environment of …show more content…
12 power stations in each of the Central and Southern Regions. 2. SEC uses oil as well as natural gas mainly that are in abundant supply in the country for power generation which proves to be cost-effective. 3. In addition to own generators of power, SEC uses Independent Power Producers located in Rabigh, Dharma in Riyadh and Al Qurayyah with more IPP projects under construction along with Independent Water Producers to generate power so as to increase electricity supply to meet the growing needs in the residential and commercial sectors more efficiently. 4. Moreover, SEC also deals with the suppliers of electrical components such as transformers, fuse switch, digital meter boxes etc. that help in the next process of converting energy into final electricity. There are 47 warehouses for these electrical supplies products that are located across the four operating regions of the company. 5. To export the electrical equipment, SEC makes use of sea transport, shipping, to order huge quantities and save on costs. 6. Finally, SEC requires all electrical and mechanical equipment to be boxed or crated and sealed for protection and to manage quick and efficient handling of the materials on field. …show more content…
The firm is relationship-oriented building and nurturing healthy relationships with all its stakeholders, from suppliers to customers and shareholders to employees. Still, given the high and rising demand for electricity and the nature of the product itself, the firm is highly receptive to flexible and exceptionally skilled workforce and strives to be a wholesome blend of both, strong and concrete human culture and vastly diverse and changing technical practices. This dedication and commitment of the firm to its employees has helped it provide quality service, proof of which is the Total Quality Management Award received by the

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