Chiyoda Almana Engineering remarked the company’s establishment day by organizing a Beach Cleaning Activity in collaboration with Ministry of Municipality & Urban Planning.

Several company’s employees and their family members participated at the beach cleaning activity conducted at Al Khoor Beach near Gate 2 of Ras Laffan Industrial City to show their appreciation to the environment in Qatar.

Big number of wastes bags were filed with several waste items such as wood, plastic bottles, glasses, ropes, metals, etc.

Mr. Hirobe Toshikazu, Managing Director of Chiyoda Almana addressed a word to event participants saying that “ I am very proud that we were able to continue the beach cleaning activity for many years and I am happy to see our employees and their families participating in this event from the sense of responsibility and appreciation to the clean and beautiful beaches in Qatar”

Chiyoda Almana as a major contractor in Qatar energy field, completed more than 450 projects in Qatar since the company establishment in 2008. In addition to several onshore LNG projects, company’s portfolio includes may projects those support environmental conservation and protection such as wastewater treatment, flare reduction projects, vegetable factory facility, etc.

Chiyoda Almana as a local company operates in Qatar has two strong drives towards environmental issues; first is the inspiration by the Chiyoda Corporation Group Philosophy ‘Energy and Environment in Harmony’. Where all Chiyoda Group companies including Chiyoda Almana work with business partners to enhance our business in aiming for harmony between energy and the environment and contribute to the sustainable development of a society as an integrated engineering company through the use of our collective experience and developed technology.

Furthermore, Chiyoda Almana conducts various environmental initiatives under company Corporate Social Responsibility Program in collaboration with various governmental authorities and institutions to support Qatar sustainable development in line with QNV 2030.

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