- On April 1, the World Economic Forum and the Bahrain Economic Development Board placed Clean City among their top 100 "most exciting Arab startups.
- "It's like Facebook or Instagram, but for the problems citizens are seeing in their cities," Bour Qaiba said in an interview with Morocco World News.
- The idea for Clean City came to Bour Qaiba as he observed piles of uncollected trash on curbsides in Moroccan cities.
- "Meet the 100 Arab startups shaping the Fourth Industrial Revolution," the World Economic Forum announced on their website, listing the selected startups.
How Moroccan Startup ‘Clean City’ Uses Technology to Fight Trash
10 April 2019 2:30 PM GMT