Abu Dhabi Waste Management Company (Tadweer) has signed an agreement with the Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, to explore partnerships and potential investment opportunities in the waste management sector across Jordan.
A part of ADQ, Tadweer is the sole custodian of waste management for Abu Dhabi and is committed to developing an integrated waste management sector and becoming a leader in extracting value from waste to contribute to national sustainability ambitions.
As per the deal, the duo seeks to exchange best practices, knowledge, research and studies, and organise training and awareness initiatives in the waste management sector.
Following this MoU, both parties will aim to explore partnerships and potential investment opportunities between the public and private sectors in both countries, remarked Tadweer CEO Engineer Ali Al Dhaheri after signing the deal with Dr Yousef Al Shawarbeh, Mayor of Amman.
The deal was inked in the presence of Dr Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, President-Designate for COP28 and UAE’s Special Envoy for Climate Change; Dr Bisher Khasawneh, Jordanian Prime Minister; and Dr Muawieh Radaideh, Jordanian Minister of Environment.
This partnership comes as part of our efforts to developing joint solutions, exchange knowledge and expertise based on world-class studies and research, and build upon the success stories and initiatives of both countries that will support in bolstering the waste management sector for both parties, he added.
Dr Al Shawarbeh said the signing of this MoU aims at accelerating joint cooperation, exchanging experiences in the environmental sector and driving knowledge exchange on waste sorting, recycling and management.
The agreement reflects our ongoing efforts to collaborate with entities in the private sector to develop solid waste management projects, he added.-TradeArabia News Service