Waste management is one of the biggest challenges faced by fast-growing economies such as the UAE. Imdaad believes that social and economic development results in an increase in waste products and therefore it is crucial to explore innovative and sustainable ways to manage waste. Alongside, there is an increasing need to spread awareness among people about waste management and the benefits of FM. Only through the concerted efforts of public, private and government sector can a well-defined waste management policy be developed and efficiently implemented for the benefit of the entire community.
Jamal Abdulla Lootah, CEO, Imdaad, said: “We participated in the EcoWASTE exhibition held recently in the capital to stay updated about the latest technologies and services available that will enable us to support the UAE’s waste disposal challenges. Fresh solutions will empower us to serve our clients better which would eventually lead to a cleaner, eco-friendly country. At Imdaad, we consider environmental protection as a top priority and look forward to innovative and functional waste management solutions for sustainable development and environmental protection, which are generally unveiled in such major exhibitions.”
Hosted by Masdar and held in partnership with the Centre of Waste Management, Abu Dhabi, EcoWASTE offered a platform for prominent local and international organizations to address the issues of sustainable disposal and recycling of waste. It saw participation from 50 leading local and international suppliers and over 2,000 regional buyers and professionals. The exhibition, a part of the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, was held concurrently with the World Future Energy Summit and the International Water Summit.
Imdaad has gained a strong reputation in the region as an adopter and implementer of the latest FM technologies and practices. The company acquires eco-friendly equipment and prioritizes sustainability across all its operations. It also conducts recycling training for its clients, corporate partners and staff, in addition to providing free recycling bins in certain projects where it handles waste management and collection services.