Abu Dhabi leads GCC in integrated waste management

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  • Abu Dhabi Waste Management Centre, aka Tadweer, processed more than 1,860,000 tons of waste, including 88,382 tons of medical and hazardous waste during the first half of 2022
  • During the first half of 2022, Tadweer successfully diverted 34% of all waste in Abu Dhabi away from landfills, and diverted 50% of waste resulting from demolition and construction

ABU DHABI, UAE — Abu Dhabi Waste Management Centre (Tadweer) recently announced that it has processed more than 1,860,000 tons of waste, including 88,382 tons of medical and hazardous waste, and handled 50,000 pest control requests during the first half of 2022.

During the first half of 2022, Tadweer successfully diverted 34% of all waste in Abu Dhabi away from landfills, and diverted 50% of waste resulting from demolition and construction operations, 93% of hazardous waste, 3% of green waste, and 6% of animal waste away from landfills.

The Centre’s achievements during the first half of 2022 included signing operational contracts for pest control services and reducing disease vector pests. In addition to adopting the electronic approvals system for No Objection Certificates (NOC) in Abu Dhabi, as well as organizing awareness campaigns across the Emirate.

Here are some of the key numbers:

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