Medical waste from Covid-19 quarantine sites
Integrated waste management provider Averda says that the systems and infrastructure for dealing with high-risk medical waste are in place, and that t.
In line with the provisions of United Arab Emirate’s federal and regional environmental regulations, Averda’s activities will cover municipal solid waste services; green, bulky, tyre and stockyard waste services; commercial waste services – fully abiding by the Nadafa System requirements – and services related to the public areas in the North zone of Al Ain City.
Awareness raising activities and local workforce employment being fundamental to Averda’s operating business model, the recent contract award in Al Ain will create more than 1,000 jobs locally and, aligned with the U.A.E.’s Ministry of Environment ‘Environmental Education and Awareness Strategy’, will ensure that Averda’s areas of operation are serviced by more than 150 vehicles and 46,000 waste containers.
‘Averda’s commitment to the residents and businesses in Al Ain North will not be limited to the provision of integrated waste services; we shall support Abu Dhabi’s Environment Vision 2030 by raising the awareness among Al Ain’s residents and businesses with regard to the importance of waste segregation, recycling and creating a more sustainable environment for their city.’