Abu Dhabi’s Environment Agency has announced it has approved the Implementing Regulations to the Integrated Waste Management Law.
They aim to regulate and improve waste management in the Emirate in line with Abu Dhabi Law No. 21/2005.
It covers all key sectors in the Emirate, including the residential, industrial, commercial, agricultural, craft, professional, service, health and institutional sectors as well as Government and semi-Government entities, universities, institutes, schools and training centres.
It also specifies the Agency’s commitment to developing a sustainable, effective and integrated approach to waste management in the Emirate. They will work with relevant organisations to achieve this.
They will do this by ensuring all types of waste are reduced and reused.
They will also do this by applying the best methods and techniques for waste recycling, treatment, resource recovery and safe disposal.
The regulations have been prepared together with all of the relevant Government entities and issued in line with Federal and local plans and strategies and the 2030 environmental vision of the Emirate.
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