Tadweer, the Centre of Waste Management, Abu Dhabi, has signed new contracts worth over AED1.2 billion ($330 million) with the Sharjah Environment Company (Bee’ah), Averda Waste Management, Lavajet Abu Dhabi and Nael and Bin Harmal Hydro-export Establishment joint venture, to provide waste collection and transportation, street sweeping and cleaning services.
Agreements were also signed with Eagle Environment Services and Pest Control, Akar Landscaping Services and Agriculture, and Prime Tech Diversified Contracting to provide public health pest control services, news agency WAM reported.
Bee’ah was awarded a contract to provide waste collection, transportation, in addition to street sweeping and cleaning services in Abu Dhabi City Zone 1.
Averda received two similar contracts each in Abu Dhabi City Zone 2 and the Northern Zone of Al Ain, while Lavajet Abu Dhabi – Nael and Bin Harmal Hydroexport Establishment joint venture was awarded a contract for waste collection and transportation, streets sweeping and cleaning services in the Southern Zone of Al Ain.
All waste collection, transportation, street sweeping and cleaning service contracts are worth over AED1.1 billion, WAM said.
Contracts worth over AED140 million were also signed with Eagle Environment Services and Pest Control for Al Ain Southern Zone, Akar Landscaping Services and Agriculture for Al Ain Northern Zone and Prime Tech Diversified Contracting Specialists for work on Yas Island, Al Raha Gardens and the Mangroves Beach.
Eisa Saif Al Qubaisi, general manager of Tadweer, said: "Signing these new contracts comes in line with Tadweer’s vision of being recognised as a world leader in building sustainable integrated waste management and pest control systems by 2030.
"This also reflects our mission to build and implement integrated waste management and pest control systems according to the highest international standards by optimising asset investment, employing qualified specialists and world class technological solutions to convert all waste into valuable economic resources for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi."For all the latest tech news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.
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