Posted on April 19, 2011

The management of Lusail City has held an appreciation ceremony in recognition of the achievements and efforts by the batching plants operators to make the northern logistic area of the project a waste and concrete-free area. Around 60 representatives from the companies that participated in the cleaning campaign attended. “Approximately 300,000 cubic metre of construction debris have been removed for recycling the surplus and rejected products. We can be proud of these achievements,” Lusail Real Estate Development Company (LREDC) chief executive officer Essa Mohamed Ali Kaldari said.


Lusail in its effort to combat waste hazards that might affect the area, protect the environment and the workers’ health, as well as to abide by the management plant strategy, has conducted workshops to help the batching plants operators control the concrete waste in the area. The workshops gave clear indication of the waste collection, conditioning systems and the waste disposal processes, which were set up specifically for this purpose. “We are continuously striving to make Lusail and Qatar the best examples to go by, in the industry,” the official explained while urging all concerned to continue with the good work.


Awards and certificates were distributed to reward the employees who participated in the cleaning campaign. “I am very much honoured to receive a reward of appreciation for participating in a project, which aims to help make our environment a healthy one,” said an employee who participated in the cleaning campaign.

source: Gulf Times

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