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Adnec and Tadweer officials at the agreement-signing

Adnec, Tadweer sign MoU to enhance sustainable waste practices

ABU DHABI, April 17, 2024

Adnec Group has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tadweer Group to establish a framework for strengthened collaboration in waste management and sustainability practices.

The MoU will cover a range of activities, including the introduction of expanded waste management systems and solutions.

Adnec Group and Tadweer Group will also advocate sustainable practices and seek to leverage the value of waste by encouraging responsible behaviour through awareness campaigns and initiatives.

The agreement also includes provisions for the design and implementation of recycling stations to encourage practicing segregation at source.

This involves the deployment of newly designed Recycling Vending Machines (RVM) led by Tadweer Group and the implementation of the Tadweer Rewards system.

Additionally, the agreement also covers food waste processing through waste master and anaerobic digesters as well as the adoption of other innovative technologies.

Humaid Matar Al Dhaheri, Managing Director and Group Chief Executive Officer of Adnec Group, said: “Adnec Group’s partnership with Tadweer Group underscores our strategic focus on sustainability through waste management and recycling, aligning with the UAE’s objectives and national strategies for sustainable development.

“By addressing this challenge in accordance with the vision of our country’s leadership, we are forging new partnerships and facilitating innovative solutions to strengthen our recycling and reduction efforts across all sectors of our business.”

Ali Al Dhaheri, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Tadweer Group, said: “We are pleased to announce the signing of this strategic agreement in partnership with Adnec Group.

“Through collaboration with like-minded organisations, we remain committed to unlocking the value of waste, fostering a circular economy and encouraging behavioural change within the community’s recycling infrastructure.

“We look forward to partnering with the public and private sectors as we continue to work towards our ambition of diverting 80% of waste from landfill, thereby contributing to the UAE’s net zero targets.” – TradeArabia News Service

 

 




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