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Imdaad and Emarat ink waste collection contract

The scope of the contract includes Emarat’s 47 stations, atrium building, head office, central workshop, and staff accommodation

Imdaad has entered into a three-year-agreement with Emarat.
Imdaad has entered into a three-year-agreement with Emarat.

Imdaad has entered into a three-year-agreement with Emarat, a suppliers of petroleum products in the UAE, to deliver sustainable and integrated general waste collection services.

The scope of the contract includes Emarat’s 47 stations, atrium building, head office, central workshop, and staff accommodation.

Mahmood Rasheed, chief operating officer at Imdaad, said: “We look forward to working with oil industry giant Emarat, whose commitment to its customers, society, and the environment we fully applaud and share.

“Our is another opportunity to showcase our capability to deliver facilities management (FM) services according to the unique and challenging demands of this sector.”

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