الثلاثاء , أغسطس 11 2020

Abu Dhabi Waste Management Center to Collaborate with Talabat towards a sustainable food service system

Abu Dhabi-UAE: 21 January 2020

During the Abu Dhabi ‘s World Future Energy Summit (WFES) 2020 and Ecowaste Expo, Abu Dhabi Waste Management Center (Tadweer) has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Delivery Hero Talabat DB LLC to collaborate towards promotion and implementation of a sustainable food service system.

The MoU was signed by H.E. Dr. Salem Khalfan Al Kaabi, General Manager of Tadweer and Mr. Muhammed Yildirim, Country Managing Director – UAE of Delivery Hero Talabat DB LLC-Branch of Abu Dhabi

Aligned with Tadweer’s goals to work towards building and implementing integrated waste management practices according to the highest standards adopted globally, and to incentivize environmental responsibility among all its stakeholders, including Abu Dhabi Residents, the MOU will support Tadweer’s efforts to minimize the waste production, enhance its recovery and promote sustainable culture among the public and restaurants.

The MOU will also support Tadweer’s goals to install a zero-waste culture among its stakeholders, driving them to move towards smart and sustainable built environment practices during all the steps of preparation, serving, packaging, delivering and consumption of the meals.

The MOU will allow to promote sustainability awareness through Talabat’s platform to all its users, engaging them to move towards “no-single-use-cutlery”, “Eco packaging” habits and to learn how to reduce their own food waste, among other initiatives.

The MOU will also allow to work at Food Service Providers level, engaging Restaurants to obtain the recently launched D.R.I.V.E. certification, the only certification rating program in the world to reduce food losses and waste, and promote and highlight them, for their sustainable practices during their daily activities, paving the way for other restaurants to follow it.

His excellency Dr. Salem Al Kaabi, Tadweer General Manager, said: “This MoU is aligned with Tadweer’s efforts to reduce food waste in systematic manner due to its serious environmental, economic, and social consequences and promote responsible food consumption and sustainable practices among all stakeholders involved in food supply chain, including Abu Dhabi Residents, and ensure the optimal utilization of our natural resources and protect them for future generations”

Al Kaabi added: “At Tadweer, and with this MOU among other future initiatives, we seek to achieve UAE’s commitment to meet the global target to cut food losses and waste by 50% by 2030 in line with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal, SDG, 12: Responsible Consumption and Production. The MOU will pave way for wider collaboration and engagement with all stakeholders, from public and private sector, with Tadweer’ s integrated programs and systems to reduce Abu Dhabi Emirate’s overall waste generation in line with Abu Dhabi Environment Vision 2030.”

Mr. Muhammed Yildirim, UAE Managing Director for Talabat added: “By enabling our restaurant partners to adopt sustainable practices and reduce food waste, the partnership with Tadweer offers us the opportunity to create meaningful impact. The projects that Talabat and Tadweer will be working on together will create a business environment that rewards sustainability for restaurants and residents. Thus, driving value for all members of the community” 

عن Imad Saad

رئيس تحرير شبكة بيئة ابوظبي عضو جمعية الصحفيين بالإمارات، واتحاد الصحفيين العرب والاتحاد الدولي للصحفيين والرابطة العربية للاعلاميين العلميين 1- مؤسس ومدير تحرير مجلة المرشد الزراعي (ارشادية زراعية صدرت عن بلدية ابوظبي (1999 - 2010) 2- مدير تحرير مجلة البيئي الصغير (توعوية بيئية موجهة للاطفال صدرت عن بلدية ابوظبي (2001 - 2010) 3- مدير تحرير مجلة الشجرة المباركة (علمية أكاديمية متخصصة بنخيل التمر والابتكار الزراعي، تصدر عن جائزة خليفة الدولية لنخيل التمر والابتكار الزراعي 2009 - 2020) 4- مؤسس ورئيس التحرير المسؤول شبكة بيئة ابوظبي (اول وسيلة اعلامية مرخصة ومتخصصة بتوطين المعرفة المسؤولة باللغة العربية الأم في مجال التنمية المستدامة والمسؤولية المجتمعية (2011 - 2020)

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