DUBAI, twenty fifth August, 2023 (WAM) — Dawoud Al Hajri, Director-General of Dubai Municipality, alongside a delegation from the Municipality’s government and administrative division, explored finest practices in sewage and rainwater remedy in Japan, throughout their go to to the nation.
The delegation additionally learnt concerning the numerous cutting-edge applied sciences utilized in sorting waste, changing waste into vitality, and recycling cinders. The go to demonstrates the Municipality’s dedication to forging alliances in addition to exchanging information and experience with a number of world organisations.
During the go to, Hajri was briefed on waste administration via a presentation that encompassed notable recycling initiatives and methods, in addition to essentially the most essential and efficient operations and procedures used for waste sorting and recycling in numerous services. The delegation additionally made visits to a number of the largest firms and factories within the nation that concentrate on numerous fields. This consists of firms concerned in waste conversion and recycling, backside ash recycling produced from waste to vitality conversion facilities and utilising finest applied sciences in recycling in accordance with sustainability and environmental requirements. He additional examined the newest public waste bins utilized in Japanese cities.
The go to additionally supplied entry to a number of the finest practices in wastewater remedy and utilisation of recycled water in essentially the most modern and cost-effective methods, along with Japan’s experience in digging deep tunnels for wastewater and rain drainage.
Al Hajri said, “At Dubai Municipality, we are committed to staying fully informed on the most significant infrastructure projects around the world, sharing our extensive expertise, utilising the most recent solutions, and adopting the best technologies that advance sustainability in the Emirate. Through this, we aim to achieve the objectives of the UAE Circular Economy Policy 2021-2031, Dubai Integrated Waste Management Strategy 2021-2041, and Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050, all of which aim to strengthen Dubai’s position as a global hub for clean energy and green economy, as well as a leader in green development.”