Royal Decree 46/2009 Quote:

Royal Decree No. 46/2009 in relation to the management and operation of the Waste Sector by Oman Holding Company for Environment Services S.A.O.C.

Article One: Oman Holding Company for Environment Services S.A.O.C. an (Omani Closed Stock Company fully owned by the government) undertakes implementation of the government policy with regard to the waste sector, management and operation of the sector activities in accordance with the sector strategy being planned by the National Economy Ministry.”



At be’'ah, we invest in leading the change to put the waste management sector on its strongest possible foot for the future. We believe that by maximizing the effective utilization of our resources and minimizing the destructive environmental impacts, we build a solid foundation for both economic and environmental sustainability for our nation and future generations.
In an effort to cope with waste issues that have evolved over the years, the Omani government enacted in 2006 and put in place a National Strategy Report to promote proper waste management practices, effective use of resources, development of adequate infrastructure and implementation of sustainable goals to make a lasting impact on the country'’’s future.

The introduction of the National Strategy Report initiative brought with it the Royal Decree No. (2009/46) which mandated the establishment of Oman Environmental Services Holding Company (be’'ah), with the aim of undertaking solid waste management and framing sustainability goals in terms of resource preservation in the Sultanate of Oman. Subsequently, be'’ah took over the Healthcare Waste Treatment Facility and a budget was approved by the Ministry of Finance in 2012 to bring this goal to fruition.

Vision & Mission


To conserve the environment of our beautiful Oman for future generations


Together we develop the Waste Management Sector in Oman by providing safe, efficient and most economically and environmentally sustainable services in innovative ways thereby contributing to the overall economy.

Corporate Values

We strongly believe that to achieve our vision, we need to operate in a sustainable way. Our culture and the way we operate are underpinned by the values of integrity, transparency, safety and community commitment. We are committed to proactively managing our environmental impacts, setting sustainable standards and creating lasting change for the Sultanate of Oman.


Ensure minimal risk to the environment, service providers and the community


Identify, develop, and implement optimal strategies and solutions in terms of effectiveness, cost and practicality


Educate, enthuse, and empower the sector and society at large to reduce, reuse and recycle


Harness new technologies and best practices for continuous improvement within the sector, associated industries, and the larger community

Cultural Values


be'’ah believes that to be successful, honesty and transparency with stakeholders are crucial. Looking at the nature of the industry, be'’ah operates in stakeholders trust, which is why the company maintains an open, transparent two-way communication with parties.


We conduct our business in accordance with the highest standards of professional behavior and ethics. We are transparent, honest, and ethical in all our interactions with stakeholders.


We commit to treat others as we expect to be treated; we embrace each individual'’s unique talent, and value their diverse experience.

Strategic Goals

Our strategic goals are fundamental in everything we do. As a society, our local practices have been affected to greater or lesser degree by the global fundamental transformations, causing our waste stream to change. As a result, traditional waste management practices are no longer perfectly suited to process what is today a very different waste stream.
It is our goal to steer our effort towards reducing the amount of waste going to traditional landfills and increasing the recovery and recycling of valuable resources. We have undertaken several actions in recent years regarding the improvement of waste management services by closing traditional dumpsites that do not meet environmental standards and operating new transfer stations while engaging contractors for most of our waste management services across the Sultanate.
We continue to endeavor to a more sustainable system across Oman, supported by four main objectives:

  • Deliver affordable, efficient, and sustainable waste management and resource reuse systems
  • Involve the community in reducing waste and increasing reuse and recovery
  • Contribute to the viability of our economy by improving resource productivity and reducing environmental impact
  • Protect our environment for current and future generations