Imdaad launches recycling bins

Three-in-one waste bins given to offices in Dubai.

Jamal Abdullah Lootah, Imdaad CEO.
Jamal Abdullah Lootah, Imdaad CEO.

Imdaad has introduced three in one recycling bins to selected offices in Dubai to mark Arab Environment Day.

The egg shaped multi-coloured bins are built from an eco-friendly fibreglass and have separate compartments to collect paper, aluminum and plastics.

“Segregation of recyclable refuse is not a new idea, but it has always been a challenge to set up optimally sized bins to collect the garbage, especially in modern corporate office environments,” said Jamal Abdullah Lootah, CEO Imdaad.

“So we thought long and hard about the issue and came up with a solution that is aesthetically appealing, blends in well with office interiors, does not occupy much space, and is easy to use for busy executives and workers.”

Imdaad employees will collect the recyclable items and dispose of them as required.

The designer recycle bins are the latest initiative from the company, which has been taking the message of recycling to school children across the UAE through its Beati campaign.

It has organised recycling programs in communities including Palm Jumeirah, The Gardens, Burj Khalifa, International City, and Al Reef Villas in Abu Dhabi, where occupants are encouraged to recycle through various awareness programs, door hangings leaflets and meetings.

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