Tadweer (the Center of Waste Management - Abu Dhabi) said it has entered into a five-year partnership with a leading environmental management company Bee’ah, to integrate and develop innovative waste management solutions, and also enhance environmental sustainability for the city.
The partnership will see the collaboration of specialists from Tadweer and Sharjah-based Bee’ah, creating a road map for innovations and waste management solutions on the eastern side of Abu Dhabi Island.
This represents the first co-operative effort between the UAE’s two leading companies, which aim to increase the diversion rates and contribute to a more environmentally-sustainable future for the city, remarked Eisa Saif Al Qubaisi, the general manager of Tadweer, after signing the agreement with Bee’ah Group CEO Khaled Al Huraimel.
"It is only through collaboration that we can provide optimal solutions for environmental sustainability. With a common goal, we are confident that through this partnership, we will be able to accelerate technologies that will improve operations and forge solutions for sustainable communities," he stated.
Tadweer said the partnership utilises state-of-the-art smart fleet and waste management system to enhance collection services in the areas served in Abu Dhabi.
The system includes bin asset management, fleet monitoring, route optimisation, driver performance management and incident management features. These features reduce the carbon footprint of its operational activities, in addition to the eco-friendly vehicles already in use.
Al Huraimel pointed out that working with industry leaders like Tadweer would not only cement its expansion in the country but also raise the standards of sustainability and provide a cleaner life for the people of Abu Dhabi and the UAE overall.
"Bee’ah and Tadweer are united in their commitment to raising awareness and education on environmental issues and sustainability measures among the general public of Abu Dhabi. The partnership between the two entities is a broad-based effort to support and accelerate the use of environmentally preferable practices already under way in the nation," he added.