Abu Dhabi, UAE: Tadweer Abu Dhabi Waste ManagementCompany has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Bureau of Environment, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Japan, in line with the company's proactive approach to enter international partnerships. The agreement will enablethe entities to collaborate on waste management, with a focus on reducing, reusing,and recycling, also known as the '3R' approach, with the aim of optimizing and advancing sustainable practices.
The MoU was signed by the Managing Director and CEO of Tadweer, Eng. Ali Al
Dhaheri and Kurioka Shoichi, Director General of the Bureau of Environment, Tokyo
Eng. Ali Al Dhaheri, Managing Director and CEO of Tadweer, said,“This
agreement marks an important milestone for Tadweer as we showcase our
commitment to collaborating with international partners on waste management. We
will continue to promote the 3R principle – reduce, reuse and recycle – contributing
to the circular economy with the support of global entities, such as the Bureau of
Environment in Tokyo. I look forward to our knowledge exchange, focused on
innovative ideas and leveraging our diverse expertise to accelerate the achievement
of responsible waste solutions.”
The strategic partnership underscores a dedication to exploring innovative solutions
to enhance the efficiency of waste disposal in Abu Dhabi and abroad, providing a
platform to explore world-class recycling technology, solutions and practices, while
ensuring appropriate waste management, disposal, and the creation of policies
fostering a circular economy.
Through this five-year agreement, both parties will leverage their respective
expertise and play key roles in contributing to the development and implementation
of sustainable waste management solutions aligned with the principles of a circular
economy, locally and globally.
Tadweer (Abu Dhabi Waste Management Company), part of ADQ, is the sole
custodian of waste management for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and is committed to
developing an integrated waste management sector and becoming a leader in
extracting value from waste to contribute to national sustainability ambitions.
About the Bureau of Environment, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
The Bureau of Environment, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, as the capital of
Japan, is responsible for environmental administration, including climate change
countermeasures, pollution control measures such as air and water pollution, nature
conservation, and waste management, in order to solve environmental problems
faced by the metropolis.
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