Advertisement synergy bahrain oman

Tadweer – The Centre of Waste Management launches Policies, Procedures and Systems project


Filed under
Legislation
 
 
Share this story
 
 

Get the latest news and market insights delivered to your inbox.

 
Tadweer – The Center of Waste Management Abu Dhabi launched its policies, procedures and systems project on December 6, 2016. The event held at the Grand Millennium Al Wahda, Abu Dhabi was attended by HE Eisa Saif Al Qubaisi, General Manager of Tadweer, departments’ directors and heads, Tadweer employees and media representatives. “We strive to launch projects that enable us to achieve our mission and to implement integrated waste management systems and public health pest control according to the highest international standards. Our aim is to ensure unparalleled customer service, and establish high levels of awareness amongst the society and turn waste into an economic driver,” said HE Eisa Saif Al Qubaisi. “All our plans come in line with the vision of Abu Dhabi and contributing towards its objectives, particularly the environmental preservation in parallel to the ongoing urban development to meet the Capital’s diversified future requirements and aspirations,” he added. tadweer-picDuring the event, Al Qubaisi highlighted that the launch of the policies, procedures and systems project is set to achieve a set of objectives related to public, community and customers’ awareness, and the importance of having these segments understand its relevance. The project will reinforce Tadweer’s position as an active governmental entity, responsible for waste management services, including the efficient collection, transfer, treatment, and safe disposal across Abu Dhabi. The policies, procedures and systems project is divided into stages, including, reviewing, and updating the policies of the human, financial and procurement resources policies. The health and safety, and management control along with the environment and security system will also be developed. Information security management system, risk management system and business continuity will be updated and enhanced. This project targets a number of governmental entities, community members, dealers, suppliers and employees.