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  • عربي

​Based on Law No. (21) Of 2005 on waste management in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the Federal Law No. (24) of 1999 on the protection and development of the environment and as an implementation of the decision of the venerable Executive Committee No. 15 C 21/2010 on imposing the tariff system on waste in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.Tadweer (The Center of Waste Management - Abu Dhabi), has launched the first phase of the tariff system on waste producers, to ensure proper and sustainable use of natural resources in order to encourage reduction of waste production at source, and monitor, control and record all activities relating to waste and to activate the structuring of waste management and to overcome the environmental and economic damages resulting from waste.


 Tariff on waste is one of the universally adopted methods that aim to reduce the volume of waste production and to encourage waste reduction at source, in order to preserve the environment of Abu Dhabi Emirate from the increased negative impact of waste production, and for the purpose of achieving a sustainable Abu Dhabi for future generations, Tadweer (The Center of Waste Management - Abu Dhabi) has adopted the imposition of tariff on all waste producers in the emirate (commercial, industrial facilities, tourist and craft ... etc.). Accordingly, any facility operates in Emirate of Abu Dhabi, must obtain an NOC issued by Tadweer (The Center of Waste Management - Abu Dhabi) for licensing, and pay tariff on waste by estimating the volume of waste production of the facility which equivalent to 225 AED for each ton of waste per year.​​​​


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