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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGNS

EEG organises 20th annual UAE "Can Collection Day" campaign

Posted on 26/02/2017

The Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) recently organised its 20th annual "Can Collection Day" campaign, as part of efforts to promote sustainability. More than 150 groups from across the UAE, representing every segment of society, joined the environment-friendly nation-wide initiative, which surpassed its annual target of recycling 27,000 kilogrammes (Kgs) of aluminium cans in 2016, and has set an ambitious target to recycle 28,000kgs of cans by the end of the year. The successful "Can ...  >>MORE

Clean Up UAE 2017 begins in Fujairah

Posted on 02/02/2017

One tonne of waste was collected during the Clean Up UAE 2017 campaign, which begun on Tuesday in Dibba, Al Fujairah. Over 150 enthusiastic participants registered, mainly students from local schools, equipped with bio-degradable trash bags, cotton re-usable gloves, branded caps and t-shirts, and picked up rubbish in Fujairah. The campaign was organised by the Emirates Environmental Group, EEG, in association with the Ministry of Culture and Knowledge Development. Announcing the launch of ...  >>MORE

Dubai gets advanced marine scraper to clean up creek and canal

Posted on 28/12/2016

Coinciding with the new maritime projects such as the Warf Deira and the facade of the new fish market and Dubai Water Canal and the increased maritime traffic in the Dubai Creek, the Waste Management Department of Dubai Municipality has received a new boat specially to clean Dubai Creek. The new vessel will be put into service by early next year, raising the Municipality's marine equipment fleet to 13, which vary in size and volume. The new vessel has the capacity to collect waste floating on ...  >>MORE

Dubai beaches targeted for cleaning during International Coastal Clean-up 2016

Posted on 31/10/2016

Individuals and groups came together to remove waste from the emirate's coastal beaches this week at the Jebel Ali Marine Sanctuary in Ghantoot. The beach clean-up programme was sponsored by the Environment Department of Dubai Municipality, which participated in the International Coastal Clean-up (ICC) 2016 on October 27-28. ICC is an occasion marked by beach and coastline clean-up activities throughout the world. "The Municipality's participation in the initiative was aimed at raising public ...  >>MORE

EEG mitigates 94 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions, saves 152 cubic meters of landfill space

Posted on 30/10/2016

In a nation-wide Can Collection Drive, the Emirates Environmental Group, collected on Saturday 6,250 kg of Aluminium Cans. Through this collection EEG has managed to mitigate 364 MTCO2 emissions and saved 589 cubic meters of landfill space. In its 20th year the Drive acts as a flagship programme to the Can Collection Campaign. The EEG organised and facilitated a nation-wide Can Collection Drive which witnessed the joint efforts of more than 250 entities from across the UAE, from every segment ...  >>MORE

EEG honours participants in summer campaign

Posted on 17/08/2016

Emirates Environment Group (EEG), has honoured the winners of the recycling, reforestation and recycling campaign, it carried out for a month involving various members of the community during the summer. The programme was part of the EEG's efforts to promote the message of World Day to Combat Desertification in collaboration with the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification. Habiba Al Marashi, Chairperson of EEG, honoured the winners of this campaign for their perseverance and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Municipality clean-up campaign targets waste in Baniyas, Al-Wathba

Posted on 03/08/2016

Abu Dhabi City Municipality, in collaboration with Baniyas Police Station, has completed a clean-up effort to eradicate elements distorting the aesthetic appearance of areas surrounding the Al Wathba Municipal Centre, including Baniyas West, Al Wathba South and the New Al Wathba South. The initiative was carried out with the help of local waste management centres and demolition and removal teams, and is part of the municipality's commitment to boost its cooperation with community members, ...  >>MORE

EEG continues to increase green spaces in UAE

Posted on 17/04/2016

Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) continues its quest of increasing sustainable green spaces within UAE under its flagship campaign ‘For our Emirates We Plant'. With the aim of inculcating an urge to recycle within different sectors of the society, EEG launched a special recycling campaign wherein participants were asked to collect certain quantities of paper and aluminium Cans and deposit for recycling. As a result of their efforts and commitment, the participants were awarded with the ...  >>MORE

140 divers to clean up 8 Ras Al Khaimah creeks

Posted on 28/03/2016

Residents of Ras Al Khaimah will soon enjoy a cleaner view of the eight khors (creeks) of the emirate with the launch of a major campaign to clean them. Up to 140 divers will be part of the campaign launched by the Department of Public Works and Services here, according to a top official. Ahmed Al Hammadi, director-general of the department, said four companies will take part in the seven-day initiative that will begin on April 9. "The four companies will remove bigger wastes from the creeks, ...  >>MORE

EEG’s Waste Management Programme contribute to saving 243,255 trees

Posted on 05/03/2016

In a spirit of celebration, at the Annual Gala Dinner, Habiba Al Marashi disclosed the achievements of EEG's various educational programmes elaborating that the organisation was able to rope in 114,000 students and teachers from 421 educational institutions from 10 Arab countries in 2015. Under the waste management programmes the group had 8 recycling campaigns in 2015 which engaged 1367 families, 807 organisations and 268 educational institutions. 225,457 people in the different campaigns ...  >>MORE

Emirates Environmental Group collects 4,500kg of aluminum cans

Posted on 27/02/2016

Emirates Environmental Group on Thursday collected 4,500 kg of aluminum cans with the participation of more than 210 organisations nationwide. The move is part of the group's 19th session themed: "Day of Collecting Aluminum Cans." Various segments of society, government agencies, private companies, hotels, academic institutions, individuals and families took part in the event. Habiba Al Marashi, Chairperson of Emirates Environment Group, said, "It is time for members of the community to roll ...  >>MORE

More than 1670 kg of waste collected in EAD clean-up campaign

Posted on 11/02/2016

The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, EAD, along with BP, sponsor of the Sustainable Schools Initiative, SSI, organised a clean-up campaign yesterday at the area around Al Wathba Wetland Reserve for the initiative's participating students. The campaign was planned to mark the UAE's 19th National Environment Day, which is being held this year under the slogan, "Green Economy, Innovation and Sustainability." The 2-hour clean-up saw the participation of 105 SSI students and teachers and 69 members ...  >>MORE

ADM collects ton of waste during Yas Beach Clean-up Campaign

Posted on 09/02/2016

Abu Dhabi City Municipality, ADM, in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Centre for Waste Management, and Advanced Company (cleaning contractor of the municipality's premises), has recently conducted the Yas Beach Clean-up Campaign. The campaign reflects the municipal system's keenness to provide clean beaches of world-class standards, protect the marine environment and maintain the appearance of Abu Dhabi beaches. It is also intended to promote a social responsibility culture, and bolster ...  >>MORE

Six tonnes of waste cleared by divers and volunteers in Fujairah

Posted on 28/12/2015

A team of 52 divers and 22 volunteers removed six tonnes of rubbish in Fujairah on Friday. They did so under the Fujairah marine life conservation initiative, which was organised by the Fujairah International Marine Club, the Barracuda Diving Centre, the UAE Divers' Centre and the UAE Falcons Diving Centre. "Organising such initiatives is part of our role in preserving the marine life and educating the new generations on the importance of keeping it [the sea] clean,” said Ahmed Al Blooshi, ...  >>MORE

ADM holds cleaning campaigns at Samha and Taweela as part of Clean-up UAE initiative

Posted on 14/12/2015

The Abu Dhabi City Municipality, ADM, in collaboration with Emirates Environmental Group, has launched a clean-up campaign at Samha and Taweela as part of the 14th edition of the "Clean Up UAE" initiative. The Municipality's participation in the initiative is a manifestation of the commitment of the Municipal System to supporting pioneering environmental and community-oriented initiatives. It also illustrates the keenness of the municipality on nurturing a clean and healthy environment besides ...  >>MORE

EEG holds Clean Up UAE campaign in Ras Al Khaimah

Posted on 12/12/2015

The Emirates Environmental Group held the 14th edition of the Clean Up UAE in the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah. As many as 600 volunteers, equipped with bio-degradable trash bags, cotton re-usable gloves, caps and t-shirts, picked up trash one by one in a massive Clean Up drive that collected approximately 2 tonnes of waste at the wide expanse of the Al Jazeera, Al Hamra site. The event in Ras al-Khaimah Clean Up was held in the presence of Sheikh Mohammed bin Kayed Al Qasimi, President of the ...  >>MORE

Clean-Up UAE kicks off in Dubai

Posted on 06/12/2015

More than 21 tonnes of waste was collected on day one of the 14th Clean Up UAE campaign organised by Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) on Saturday. The annual drive saw the participation of 2,775 volunteers, who scattered around Nad Al Sheba, armed with biodegradable trash bags. Visiting all the major cities and towns of the UAE, the 10-day-long campaign will culminate on December 16 at Dibba Al Hisn. Commenting on the occasion, Habiba Al Marashi, Chairperson of EEG, said: "On the occasion ...  >>MORE

Over 125,000 environmental enthusiasts expected to join hands at Clean-Up UAE campaign 2015

Posted on 15/09/2015

Emirates Environmental Group yesterday announced the launch of its much anticipated 14th cycle of the Clean-Up UAE campaign to enhance and protect the UAE's environment through grassroots efforts and by spreading awareness in the local community. The announcement was made by Ms. Habiba Al Marashi, Chairperson of EEG, at a press conference in Dubai. The upcoming campaign will cover all seven emirates in the 10 day long initiative, starting in Dubai on the 5th December and finishing on the 16th ...  >>MORE

156 metric tons of CO2 mitigated

Posted on 13/07/2015

The Emirates Environmental Group, EEG, within the first month of summer through its recycling initiatives, has mitigated 156 metric tons of carbon di oxide emissions, saved 190 cubic metres of landfill space and saved 389 trees from being felled. For the summer of 2015, EEG has planned a plethora of recycling projects for the community to participate in. The programmes aim to engage people from all sectors of the community; public and private organisations, academic institutions and families ...  >>MORE

EEG’s Can Collection Campaign brings together more than 200 people from across the country

Posted on 27/02/2015

The Emirates Environmental Group, on Thursday organised and facilitated a nation-wide Can Collection Day. The Day saw the joint efforts of more than 200 entities from across the UAE, from every segment of society; government entities, private corporations, academic institutions, individuals and families. The Day acts as the flagship programme to the Can Collection Campaign for the year 2015. The Can Collection Day saw a total collection of 5030 kg of Aluminium Cans, and with an aim of 27,000 kg ...  >>MORE

Clean Up UAE Campaign: volunteers collect 98 tonnes of waste

Posted on 28/12/2014

The Emirates Environmental Group,EEG, have been able to bring together more than 123,000 volunteers to participate in the 13th edition of their campaign "Clean Up UAE", where they successfully collected 98 tonnes of waste from 104 different locations in the UAE. Mrs. Habiba Al Marashi, the Chairperson of EEG thanked all of the volunteers that proved the importance of the topic of environmental protection, also particularly giving thanks to those members that put together this campaign, which ...  >>MORE

Clean Up Drive comes to Abu Dhabi

Posted on 08/12/2014

After a successful start in Dubai yesterday, the 13th cycle of the annual national environmental campaign "Clean Up UAE" made its way to Abu Dhabi. The second wing of the campaign took off with 1000 participants in full gear equipped with cotton gloves and biodegradable plastic bags, dedicated to collect the maximum amount of trash. One tonne of trash was successfully collected at the main site at Al Samha the surrounding area of Emirates Heritage Club. The event began with opening speech by ...  >>MORE

Dubai Municipality to undertake massive recycling campaign in Mirdif

Posted on 13/11/2014

As part of the ‘Clean-up-the-world' campaign, Dubai Municipality, in collaboration with Dulsco, has embarked on a drive to spread awareness on waste recycling in Mirdif, urging residents to bring recyclables (paper, plastics, cans, bottles etc.) to Mirdif Park this coming Friday between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.. There will be educational games organised at the park and residents will get a chance to know the positive impact they have created by segregating waste at source. Residents will get a chance ...  >>MORE

Dubai launches ‘Clean Up the World’ campaign

Posted on 11/11/2014

Eng. Hussain Nasser Lootah, director-general of Dubai Municipality, has launched the ‘Clean Up the World' campaign in the emirate of Dubai under the slogan ‘Our Place Our Planet Our Responsibility' in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), in Al Warqaa 3 area. Senior officials of Dubai Municipality and participating organisations were present on the occasion. The seven day campaign is aimed at spreading environmental awareness and education and maintaining the ...  >>MORE

Environment Agency- Abu Dhabi organises clean-up campaign at Al Wathba Wetland Reserve

Posted on 16/10/2014

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, along with BP, sponsor of the Sustainable Schools Initiative, SSI, have organised a clean-up campaign yesterday at Al Wathba Wetland Reserve to mark Arab Environment Day. The clean-up, from 9.00 to 11.00 a.m., saw the participation of 161 SSI students and more than 35 governmental and private organisations in Abu Dhabi, who cleared the area of marine debris and litter caused by neighbouring residents. The two-hour clean-up campaign resulted in the ...  >>MORE

EEG collects 6,009 kilograms in the bi-annual can collection campaign

Posted on 12/10/2014

Emirates Environmental Group organised and facilitated the nation-wide Can Collection Drive, bringing together over 300 participating entities from all 7 Emirates of the U.A.E. and managing to collect 6,009 kilograms of aluminium cans through the work of all those involved. This brings the total of EEG's collection to 20,724 kilograms until date, with the announcement that it aims to collect 27,000 kilograms of aluminium cans by the end of this year. Mrs. Habiba Al Marashi, Chairperson of ...  >>MORE

Emirates Environmental Group announces Clean Up U.A.E. Campaign

Posted on 22/09/2014

The Emirates Environmental Group yesterday announced the official commencement of the 13th cycle of the Clean Up U.A.E. Campaign, which aims to protect the local environment. Habiba Al Marashi, Chairperson of Emirates Environmental Group, made the announcement at a press conference in Dubai. She underlined that it is the responsibility of every attendee at the conference to ensure that the message is spread and that awareness becomes instilled in the habits of all citizens in the country. ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi dives deep for another world record

Posted on 24/04/2014

Scuba divers plunged the depths of the city's ports yesterday in an attempt to break the record for the world's largest underwater clean-up. Organised by Abu Dhabi Ports Company together with Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company, the clean-up covered Abu Dhabi's Free Port, the New Free Port, the nearby Fisherman's Port, Zayed Port and Das Island. The effort, which took place over the course of 24 hours, started in the early hours of yesterday morning. The goal, said organisers, was to secure ...  >>MORE

Dubai Municipality cracks down on littering

Posted on 25/03/2014

If you think jettisoning your cigarette butt from your car window will go unnoticed by the watchful eyes of authorities, think again. The civic body has intensified its campaign against motorists and beach-goers who throw their cigarette butts on roads and public beaches, and will slap first-time offenders with a Dh500 fine. The fine will double, then treble for each repeat offence for litterbugs. Spitting is also punishable with fines. "While the campaign focuses on the littering of ...  >>MORE

Emirates Environmental Group progressively reaching its target of aluminium can collection for the year 2014

Posted on 02/03/2014

Continuing to save energy and space in our landfills, EEG has kicked off its 17th Cycle of the nation-wide Can Collection Day with 5,520 kg of aluminium cans collected on the 27th of February 2014! UAE's parks, private institutions, public organisations, schools, municipalities, and families were working hard on the morning of the 27th of February as residents from all over the nation took part in this movement of depositing their aluminium cans in a joint, symbolic effort to give back to our ...  >>MORE

Emirates Environmental Group calls on community to take part in its Can Collection Day

Posted on 18/02/2014

Emirates Environmental Group has called on all community members to participate in the campaign to collect aluminium cans for the 17th cycle of the nation-wide Can Collection Day on Feb 27. Mrs. Habiba Al Marashi, Chairperson of EEG, stated that the campaign will be held in coordination with the concerned municipalities and with the support of the relevant governmental bodies in each emirate. She added, "The campaign for can collection was the first strategic, annual, action-oriented ...  >>MORE

TDIC takes part in clean up UAE 2013 campaign

Posted on 26/12/2013

Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC) recently organised a clean-up initiative on Saadiyat Beach, as part of the annual ‘Clean Up UAE 2013' campaign organised by the Emirates Environment Group (EEG). Over 80 volunteers representing, TDIC staff, Saadiyat residents, and staff members from various operators including the Saadiyat Public Beach managed by BAKE, Monte Carlo Beach Club, The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel as well as Al-Futtaim Carillion, took ...  >>MORE

Cleanliness drive in Al Ain to focus on tourist zones

Posted on 23/12/2013

Called ‘My Clean City', the initiative serves as a call to take action for preserving the city's flora and fauna. A clean-up drive is being organised in Al Ain during the winter tourist season. The Centre of Waste Management - Abu Dhabi (CWM), in cooperation with Al Ain Municipality, the UAE University in Al Ain, and a group of student volunteers, have launched the public cleanliness campaign in the garden city. Called ‘My Clean City', the initiative serves as a call to take action for ...  >>MORE

Dubai Municipality's Clean Up The World campaign enters 20th year

Posted on 19/11/2013

Clean Up The World, one of the biggest annual campaigns in the country organised by Dubai Municipality (DM) will start on Tuesday, Nov 19. The campaign will commence at Heritage Village in Al Shindaga area in the presence of representatives of supporting companies, voluntary groups, NGOs and enthusiastic school and college students who vowed to protect environment from all kinds of pollution. Senior officials from the DM will also be present on the occasion. This year the DM will be ...  >>MORE

Clean Up UAE campaign launched

Posted on 08/10/2013

The Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) has launched the 12th cycle of Clean Up UAE Campaign in Dubai. The Clean Up UAE Campaign, an environmental programme devoted to environmental conservation and sustainability, initially started on Dec.12, 2002 involving four Emirates — Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman and Abu Dhabi. Due to its popularity and the support it has drawn in from government and private organisations, EEG went on to involve all the seven Emirates in the campaign since 2005. Through the ...  >>MORE

Dubai Municipality launches campaign to slash 500m plastic bags

Posted on 24/04/2013

Municipal officials believe they can slash 500 million plastic bags from being circulated before year's end through an extensive six-month campaign beginning in May. Dubai Municipality said on Tuesday that the plinth of its "Say No to Plastic Bags” campaign is a 20 per cent reduction in the estimated 2.9 billion plastic bags used in the emirate every year. Abdullah Al Gaffari, head of Customer Services Unit of the Waste Management Department, said plastic bags that do not break down naturally ...  >>MORE

Masdar Institute students organise Beach Clean-up Drive to Mark Earth Hour 2013

Posted on 26/03/2013

Members of the Sustainability Club at Masdar Institute of Science and Technology marked Earth Hour 2013 by organising a beach clean-up drive on Yas Island, in collaboration with the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi (EAD) and Centre of Waste Management (CWM). The CWM provided equipment and support personnel to students, who were also assisted by Al Mahara Diving Centre. The clean-up was led by Sanaa Iqbal Pirani, Graduate Student and President of Sustainability Club, Masdar Institute. After ...  >>MORE

EEG drive collects 6.5t of aluminium cans, gives recycling a boost

Posted on 03/03/2013

About 6,533kg of aluminium cans were collected by scores of volunteers, comprising residents, students and employees from around 252 companies who joined the Emirates Environment Group's (EEG's) 16th edition of its "Can Collection Campaign”. Organisers said the idea was to gather cans that would normally end up being dumped in landfills and send them to recycling plants. Habiba Al Marashi, EEG chairperson, said, "With the can collection drive, the EEG aims to reach 25 tonnes before the end ...  >>MORE

Can collection drive aims for record

Posted on 14/02/2013

The Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) will launch the 16th edition of its Can Collection Campaign with a Can Collection Day on February 28. EEG aims to encourage various segments of the community, besides institutions, the government and private entities to participate in the campaign and be part of a record-breaking effort this year by helping deposit as many cans as possible at designated sites on February 28. The campaign aims to provide a boost to the local recycling industry and thus ...  >>MORE

Environment Day gets Dubai into clean-up mode

Posted on 05/02/2013

Municipal authorities in Dubai have organised a series of clean-up events across the emirate to raise awareness about the importance of preserving desert life amid celebrations to mark the 16th National Environment Day. Environment Day was held under the theme ‘Desert Pulsing with Life' under the patronage of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan on February 4. "This celebration focuses attention on all different types of environments, and we are paying particular ...  >>MORE

27,000 to clean up UAE on Dec 12

Posted on 14/11/2012

Ever thought about the plastic bag you dumped on the road before getting into your building? Chances are a cleaner picked it up. But what if no one noticed it? Each year, tens of thousands of volunteers pick up waste from UAE's deserts and industrial sites, leaving behind more reasons to think. "Negligent waste disposal is a fundamental factor that contributes to environmental damage; however, this is not a difficult issue to address, said Habiba Al Marashi, Chairperson, EEG. "By spreading ...  >>MORE

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EEG organises 20th annual UAE "Can Collection Day" campaign


Clean Up UAE 2017 begins in Fujairah


Dubai gets advanced marine scraper to clean up creek and canal


Dubai beaches targeted for cleaning during International Coastal Clean-up 2016


EEG mitigates 94 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions, saves 152 cubic meters of landfill space


EEG honours participants in summer campaign


Abu Dhabi Municipality clean-up campaign targets waste in Baniyas, Al-Wathba


EEG continues to increase green spaces in UAE


140 divers to clean up 8 Ras Al Khaimah creeks


EEG’s Waste Management Programme contribute to saving 243,255 trees


Emirates Environmental Group collects 4,500kg of aluminum cans


More than 1670 kg of waste collected in EAD clean-up campaign


ADM collects ton of waste during Yas Beach Clean-up Campaign


Six tonnes of waste cleared by divers and volunteers in Fujairah


ADM holds cleaning campaigns at Samha and Taweela as part of Clean-up UAE initiative


EEG holds Clean Up UAE campaign in Ras Al Khaimah


Clean-Up UAE kicks off in Dubai


Over 125,000 environmental enthusiasts expected to join hands at Clean-Up UAE campaign 2015


156 metric tons of CO2 mitigated


EEG’s Can Collection Campaign brings together more than 200 people from across the country


Clean Up UAE Campaign: volunteers collect 98 tonnes of waste


Clean Up Drive comes to Abu Dhabi


Dubai Municipality to undertake massive recycling campaign in Mirdif


Dubai launches ‘Clean Up the World’ campaign


Environment Agency- Abu Dhabi organises clean-up campaign at Al Wathba Wetland Reserve


EEG collects 6,009 kilograms in the bi-annual can collection campaign


Emirates Environmental Group announces Clean Up U.A.E. Campaign


Abu Dhabi dives deep for another world record


Dubai Municipality cracks down on littering


Emirates Environmental Group progressively reaching its target of aluminium can collection for the year 2014


Emirates Environmental Group calls on community to take part in its Can Collection Day


TDIC takes part in clean up UAE 2013 campaign


Cleanliness drive in Al Ain to focus on tourist zones


Dubai Municipality's Clean Up The World campaign enters 20th year


Clean Up UAE campaign launched


Dubai Municipality launches campaign to slash 500m plastic bags


Masdar Institute students organise Beach Clean-up Drive to Mark Earth Hour 2013


EEG drive collects 6.5t of aluminium cans, gives recycling a boost


Can collection drive aims for record


Environment Day gets Dubai into clean-up mode


27,000 to clean up UAE on Dec 12