The Abu Dhabi Center for Waste Management - Tadweer has announced that it has completed all the necessary preparations to receive the blessed Eid Al-Adha, amid exceptional procedures imposed by the Corona-Covid Pandemic 19 on the international level, where the center has developed a comprehensive and integrated work plan through which it provides distinguished services at the level of collection, transport and treatment Waste and public health pest control programs, to provide the highest standards of the environment, public health and safety throughout the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and to preserve the aesthetic and cultural appearance of the emirate.

Cleaning operations target all vital areas in the emirate with a higher priority given to the Corniche area, vegetable and slaughterhouse markets in Port Zayed, Qurum Park, Khalidiya, and slaughterhouses in Al Wathba, in addition to the Khariz slaughterhouse, vegetable markets in Ramlet Zakher, Sweihan District in Al Hayer, Madinat Zayed Park in Al Dhafra, Hamdan popularity in the commodity area, Ghweifat markets and other public slaughterhouses, gatherings and vital centers that are expected to be visited by community members throughout the days of the holiday.

Dr. Salem Khalfan Al Kaabi, Director General of the Abu Dhabi Center for Waste Management, “Recycling” said: “This blessed Eid Al-Adha comes amid the entire world’s confrontation with the Corona pandemic and the exceptional circumstances imposed by the crisis, which necessitated us to recycle and start from our site and the responsibilities entrusted to us to double the procedures and intensify the operations The field teams of the center throughout the Eid days, and providing mechanisms and vehicles equipped with all the necessary equipment to complete all the required operations to the fullest, and creating a safe and appropriate environmental atmosphere for the community of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi to spend the Eid vacation and celebrate this blessed occasion with happiness, reassurance and pleasure.

And more than 5000 workers take care of all cleaning operations in the three areas of the emirate, with an average working hours exceeding 9524 hours a day, where 62 mechanical sweepers will be used, serving more than 153 thousand containers, 987 machines and equipment for all operations, 63 spraying vehicles, and other The equipment necessary to control all the target points in the emirate during the day of Arafa and the days of Eid, with additional containers allocated to deal with the expected waste from slaughterhouses in all areas of the emirate.

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