Rashid Al Nuaimi briefed on ‘Cleanliness Privatisation Project’ in Ajman’s commercial and industrial zones

AJMAN — Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Ajman Municipality and Planning Department, was briefed about the ‘Cleanliness Privatisation Project’ in Ajman’s commercial and industrial zones, under the framework of Ajman 2021 Vision, which aims to build a green economy and assuring sustainable development.

Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi made this statement while touring several locations in the emirate, in the presence of Abdulrahman Mohammed Al Nuaimi, Director-General of the Department, Khalid Maeen Al Hosni, Executive Director of the Public Health and Environment Sector in the Department, and other officials.

Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi said that Ajman has experienced significant achievements during its transformation to one of the world’s major green cities, due to the implementation of modern international public cleanliness standards, as well as its interest in the health and safety of individuals, promoting the correct environmental culture and exerting all efforts to maintain the city’s beautiful appearance by using modern technologies and practices.

He noted that the emirate has became a model for cities, which combines urban planning, environmental protection and public cleanliness, while eliminating local industrial pollution. He also highlighted that the private sector has contributed to improving local cleanliness, reflecting the emirate’s positive image.

Abdulrahman Al Nuaimi spoke about the project’s application in many regions around the emirate, while highlighting that the department has chosen to sign privatisation contracts with local and foreign companies, to provide the most advanced electronic systems, enabling it to monitor cases, and deploy advanced equipment for waste management and recycling.

Khalid Al Hosni said that the department has approved the use of comprehensive management systems by authorities, while adding that the agreement also includes the presence of a vehicle tracking system for all its trucks and vehicles, as well as a system that plans the collection route and the transport of waste. It also includes a radio-frequency identification system for containers, as well as a system to register and respond to complaints through a 24/7 hotline.

Source: Emirates News Agency