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Dubai's Union Coop inks two-year deal with Imdaad

Imdaad will provide waste management services across the supermarket chain's 12 outlets and staff accommodation

Union Coop branch in Mankhool. [Image: ucs.ae]
Union Coop branch in Mankhool. [Image: ucs.ae]
Imdaad's deal with Union Coop covers the supermarket chain's 12 branches and staff accommodation.
Imdaad's deal with Union Coop covers the supermarket chain's 12 branches and staff accommodation.

Imdaad announced it has signed a two-year waste management contract with Dubai consumer cooperative, Union Coop.

The deal includes all 12 branches of Union Coop, in addition to its staff accommodation. 

Union Coop’s outlets are situated in various Dubai communities, such as Satwa, Rashidiya, Hamriya, Towar, Mankhool, Jumeirah, Aweer, Wasl, and Umm Suqeim, in addition to branches in Mirdif’s Etihad Mall and Al Barsha’s Barsha Mall.

It also manages the Ajman Markets Cooperative Society in Ajman.

Remarking on the deal, Khaled Humaid Bin Dhiban Al Falasi, general manager of Union Coop, said: "Union Coop’s partnership with Imdaad is part of our long-term initiative to reinforce our policies and standards on hygiene, health and environmental safety.

"As a leading hypermarket chain, we believe choosing the right partner is essential for any responsible business.

"We are confident Imdaad can deliver the best waste management practices to help us save on cost as well as reduce our business operations’ environmental impact." 

Jamal Abdullah Lootah, CEO of Imdaad, added: "Securing the contract with Union Coop is another significant addition to Imdaad’s ever expanding capacity to sustainably manage waste in Dubai and showcases our strengths in managing diverse types of waste products.

"We look forward to bring in our comprehensive waste management services to support Union Coop’s efforts to strengthen its environmental initiatives and contribute to Dubai’s vision of a clean and sustainable city." 

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