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Dulsco creates largest recycling logo at EcoWaste

DUBAI, January 19, 2017

Dulsco, a regional pioneer in waste management services and human resource solutions, has created one of the largest recycling logos with the help of recyclables at EcoWaste 2017, a platform for sustainable waste management.

Arab artists Maysoon and Bassam used 500kg of recovered wood, 20 kg of old newspapers, 175 kg of used cardboard and 200 recycled plastic bottles to create the Dulsco stand at the show. Dulsco won the first prize for the stand design and concept at EcoWaste 2017.

Indranil Dutta, director of Dulsco Abu Dhabi, said: “At Dulsco, we believe that together we can create a sustainable future. Small actions and combined efforts lead to larger than life results. A testimony to the fact is the largest recycling logo created with recyclables, which is the highlight of Dulsco’s stand at EcoWaste.

“The smiling Emirati child in the centre of the recycling logo is a collage created out of old newspapers and depicts that sustainability initiatives that we take today will ultimately result in the smile of the future generation.”

Dulsco created this unique stand to educate the youth about the various ways to recycle the products during the EcoWaste event. Visitors at the stand got a chance to write down their sustainability message for the future and put it inside one of the bottles in the bottle wall. This being the year of giving, for every message put in to the bottle wall, Dulsco will plant a ghaff tree.

Organised as part of the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW), EcoWaste addresses critical topics on recycling and effective waste collection. The event will facilitate debate on sustainability challenges and offer potential solutions.

Dulsco has participated in the EcoWaste exhibition for the past three years and each year the company creates an interesting platform to strike a conversation with the audience.

“We regularly design programs and workshops to educate the youth population in UAE at various forums. The idea is to make them the champions of this change and support them in taking the responsibility of taking care of the planet and also educate their own parents and families. We have found these platforms to be useful in communicating and interacting with the youth,” said Dutta.

“The most important fact is to motivate them and ensure them that their efforts will not go waste. Government authorities across the country are focusing on engaging youth in the green journey and Dulsco is working with them closely in achieving this objective.”- TradeArabia News Service

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