Summary: Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) has participated in the region's largest water, energy, technology and environment exhibition that was held in the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre on April 15 and 16.
What does EEG stand for?
EEG stands for Emirates Environmental Group (est. 1991; Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
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Both organisations also have long standing partnerships with charity organisations and NGO's such as Dubai Cares, UNICEF and Emirates Environmental Group and support them in their efforts towards a better future.
Emirates Environmental Group has developed ongoing waste management programmes including also the collection of paper, glass, toners, plastic, mobile phones, tetra pak and batteries to provide a boost to the local recycling industry.
His stringent rules and methodical approach to keeping kitchen areas clean and hygienic have resulted in the hotel being publicly recognised by the Emirates Environmental Group three times in the last year," they said.
Nokia's regional 'Take Back' recycling initiative was launched in 2009 and has been continuously extended, for example, via school projects conducted with Emirates Environmental Group, or activation campaigns at Nokia care centres.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) to collaborate in and support environmental initiatives and strengthening efforts to conserve power and water as well as waste recycling.
With thanks to Allah and the continuous support of His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Representative of His Highness, the President of UAE, Chairman of Emirates Heritage Club, the club has wholeheartedly undertaken the responsibility in contributing to the Million Tree Campaign, led by the Emirates Environmental Group.