UAE waste body Tadweer updates e-Services platform
The platform's second edition will help customers obtain licenses for activities such as waste transportation and treatment, cleaning, waste trade, and pest control
The Centre of Waste Management – Abu Dhabi (Tadweer) announced it has launched the second edition of its e-Services platform to streamline work procedures and improve delivery.
Customers will be able to request no-objection certificates (NOCs) through the platform.
The second edition will also help customers obtain licenses to offer services in fields such as waste transportation and treatment; cleaning; waste trade; pest control, among others, based on appropriate technical evidence.
Licenses may be amended or renewed through the new platform, which includes services for issuing an expired food disposal certificate; a replacement for damaged or lost permits; and a landfill entry permit, as well as issuing or revoking a permit for waste transportation vehicles.
A dashboard is featured in the platform's second edition, which will allow companies to check the status of their requests and access information such as their activities, registered vehicles, contact information, application status, and documents.
Application documents may be updated online, and companies may pay their invoices, as well as monitor financial transactions, through the platform.
Remarking on the updated platform, Saeed Al Muhairbi, general manager of Tadweer, said: "The launch of the new smart services on Tadweer’s website comes in line with the shift towards the smart government and simplification of procedures.
"We spare no effort to provide the best services and practices that meet the needs of our customers.
"This reflects Tadweer’s aspirations to improve the quality of its services in line with the Abu Dhabi Vision and Plan," he added, according to WAM.
The updated platform allows increasing the credit on Aber card for vehicles to be able to enter the landfill sites, as well as accessing the e-Manifest System, Bolisaty.
Bolisaty was launched during GITEX Week 2016, and is aimed at building an integrated database to ensure proper handling of waste.
The project will start in phases, with companies that produce over 250 tonnes of waste annually, as well as environment companies and waste-receiving firms.