Dubai Allocates AED74.5 billion For Integrated Waste Management

  • Publish date: Friday، 28 January 2022
Dubai Allocates AED74.5 billion For Integrated Waste Management

H.H. Sheikh Hamdan approved Dubai's Integrated Waste Management Strategy 2021-2041, with a budget of AED74.5 billion.
It also complements a range of projects adopted by The Executive Council of Dubai in the areas of sustainability, environmental conservation, quality of life development and building a sustainable future.

Sheikh Hamdan highlighted the private sector’s role as a key strategic partner in Dubai’s efforts to become a sustainable city. The private sector’s direct contribution to the Integrated Waste Management Strategy 2021-2041 budget amounts to AED70.5 billion, Sheikh Hamdan noted.

The Strategy seeks to implement long-term projects over the next 20 years by providing practical solutions to environmental challenges in line with the environmental objectives outlined in the government's agenda. It also aims to enhance efforts to enrich all vital areas and sectors.

The Executive Council of Dubai also approved the 2022 agenda, which includes comprehensive development projects and initiatives that focus on diversifying sources of investment, increasing investments in modern technology, and focusing on the knowledge-based economy.

The agenda also focuses on urban planning and infrastructure, which contributes to enhancing Dubai's attractiveness as a tourism and investment destination

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