At Diwama, we are working to ensure that AI can be implemented across the whole waste value chain, starting from collection, to transportation, sorting and treatment; ensuring affordability and verified sustainability. We want to leverage our capacity to make waste disposal and treatment as convenient as possible for waste generators, waste contractors and governments simultaneously. We believe that proper waste management should not be a burden but rather a norm that enhances people’s environment and lives.
Since our very beginning, we envisioned our potentials in utilizing Artificial Intelligence to improve mankind’s quality of life which helped set our objectives to make AI an affordable and accessible technology across the globe with focus on the developing nations.
Mankind is facing a multi-dimensional wave of challenges mandating more human-centered long term solutions that can regain a healthy life, sustain a quality environment to live in, maintain an effortlessly close-to-zero-cost recycling experience at source, and preserve -if not grow- job opportunities.
At Diwama, sustainability is preserved through our triple pillars “environment”, “society” and “economical” fulfillment. Our business model supports social well-being, environmental well-being through a healthy commercial module that fuels and protects our longevity.
In a field that promotes wellbeing and sustainability, it is crucial to exhibit a role model in business ethics as a standard in conducting our operations and coordination with all our stakeholders and encourage all-round value-driven relationships.
In the pursuit of success, you are never good enough until you embrace the habit of continuous improvement with lean methodology practices. We strive to disrupt and keep disrupting the digital waste management industry while delivering a holistic excellence approach in everything we do.
We believe in win-win strategies that preserve sustainable relationships across our business cycle. Our selective resourcing approach and coordination processes are based on long-term partnership basis, to help maintain a progressive track in our journey and join hands in achieving that.
In a world of multi-dimensional technological invasion, and as the urban world continues to develop; waste has become a major obstacle against nations’ growth with its economical, health and environmental impact. Year 2019 came to shift methodologies at work, reinforcing the urge for robotic intervention in various operational disciplines across the globe; thus, calling for more artificial intelligence and technology platforms to intervene in processes.
Diwama’s team and with a clean technology drive, sought solutions that contribute to urban adoption of new techniques and processes in waste management. Plans were set to disrupt the industry through technology platforms and value engineering first product was introduced in mid-2020 utilizing computer vision through AI to help waste sorting facilities control, optimize and monetize their processes; and consequently better the performance at source through dynamic public policy development which can be obtained through data metrics and predictive performance indicators.
The first step of the thousand miles is accomplished, and we’re determined towards what the future beholds. Our disruptive mindset, team’s skillset, and experience allow a promising contribution at individual, corporate, and government levels to further develop the waste management industry and its processes.
NEWS & EVENTS
Top 20 early-stage start ups in the MENA region
The MIT Arab Startup Demo Day is a platform to showcase MENA-based (or focused) startups. Each selected startup was given the opportunity to pitch their startup to a wide audience which includes early-stage investors, and also received a virtual booth to showcase their work and interact with the public.
Smart Waste Container Wins The Berytech E-Hackathon 2020
DIWAMA (Reseco) – a smart waste container that sorts paper, cardboard, plastics, cans, glass and electronic waste from a household waste bag won first place at the 2020 Berytech e-Hackathon, the first virtual hackathon focusing on clean technology organized by Berytech under the Cleanergy Program, and supported by the Embassy of The Kingdom of The Netherlands in Lebanon.