In 2022, the Abu Dhabi Waste Management Company (Tadweer) disposed of approximately 14,415 tonnes of medical and hazardous waste and 9,334 tonnes of stockpiles.
The total amount of recycled waste in 2022 will exceed 37,000 tons. According to figures presented at the opening of the 9th EcoWASTE 2023 exhibition and forum themed “Exploring the future,” the company collected around 3.5 million tons of construction and demolition waste and provided 19 collection centers for recyclable materials. Waste Management in a Circular Economy”.
The company was also licensed for 3,608 waste transport vehicles and handled 8,879 cases of indiscriminate dumping of sewage, in addition to 10,558 cases of unauthorized entry into the Tadweer waste treatment facility.
In addition to Tadweer, commercial operations of three medical and hazardous waste treatment plants have commenced, as well as one waste treatment plant in the Al Dhafra region, according to the highest international and local standards to ensure the safe and proper disposal of various waste waste.
The EcoWASTE 2023 exhibition and forum is organized as part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week and has a strategic partnership with Tadweer. EcoWASTE will be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center until January 18th.
Tadweer, committed to increasing women’s participation and highlighting their key role in the waste management sector, organized a panel on the first day of the event to discuss the role of Emirati women in running sustainable development projects.
status of women
The group saw the participation of speakers from Zayed University and the UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment. The group aims to reaffirm the status of women in the waste management sector, shed light on the challenges they face and ways to strengthen scientific research at universities to encourage greater participation of women in the field.
Eng Ali Al Dhaheri, CEO of Tadweer, said: “This is an ideal platform to bring together some of the top business leaders, experts and experts in waste management from around the world to share their knowledge and expertise. The event offers attendees It provides an opportunity to discover the latest technologies and innovative solutions for sustainable waste management. It also sheds light on the leading role of the GCC countries in the field of waste management.”
“Tadweer has had several achievements and successes in the last year, reflecting its commitment to supporting sustainable development in the UAE by providing the best services and implementing initiatives to keep the emirate clean and beautiful. In addition, we have undertaken In strengthening the UAE’s global position as a leader in energy and facilities,” he added.
As part of its participation, Tadweer provided a platform to sell recycled products, including gravel, fertilizers and rubber products.
Successful Turnout at Tadweer Pavilion
On the first day, two delegations led by Ville Skinnari, Minister of Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade of Finland and Dr Muawieh Khalid Radaideh, Minister of Environment of Jordan, visited Tadweer’s pavilion at the EcoWASTE 2023 exhibition and forum, inspecting Tadweer’s latest achievements and waste Innovative projects in the field of management.
Featuring over 40 local, regional and global companies, the EcoWASTE 2023 exhibition and forum is a leading platform to strengthen partnerships between local and international companies to address challenges in the field of waste management. — trade arab news agency