Abu Dhabi's Tadweer to use PPPs to fund multiple projects
Abu Dhabi’s Tadweer unveils plans for several new high-profile projects for the capital on the sidelines of the EcoWASTE Exhibition
Tadweer has revealed plans to sign a number of high-profile projects for Abu Dhabi during the EcoWASTE Exhibition.
Tadweer will use the public private partnership (PPP) model in order to join hands with the sector to invest at its sites.
The new projects will include a contract for controlling the emission of methane Gas from Al Dhafra landfill, and extracting usable energy from the site, an investment project for used cooking oil recycling facility, a project for management and treatment of medical and hazardous waste in Al Ain, and separate projects in Abu Dhabi and Al Dhafra region.
The Abu Dhabi-based waste management entity made the announcement ahead of EcoWASTE 2018, which will be held from 15-18 January, 2018 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
EcoWASTE is hosted by Masdar, as part of the annual Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, and in strategic partnership with Tadweer (The Centre of Waste Management – Abu Dhabi).
The exhibition will also feature the Waste Management Solutions Forum, which will take place on January 17, 2018. H.E. Dr. Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment, UAE will deliver the opening address, highlighting the role of waste management in creating sustainable environments.
In addition, Saeed Al Mehairbi, acting general manager, Tadweer, will deliver the keynote address on Abu Dhabi’s waste management strategy.
The 2018 EcoWASTE Exhibition will bring together more than 6,900 visitors from 71 countries and strong exhibitor participation from across the MENA region.