Sharjah Electricity, Water & Gas Authority (SEWGA) gained the primary prize on the state stage for the fifth yr operating for waste administration and recycling of printer inks within the ‘establishments’ class, organised yearly by the Emirates Environmental Group (EEG), a Dubai-based skilled working group dedicated to defending the surroundings by means of technique of training, motion programmes, and group involvement.
SEWGA acquired the award for its achievement in gathering and recycling 365 ink bottles throughout a ceremony on the Dubai Knowledge Park organised by the group on the event of World Environment Day, beneath the patronage and presence of HE Engr. Sheikh Salem bin Sultan bin Saqr Al Qasimi, member of the Government of Ras Al Khaimah Executive Council, Chairman of the Department of Civil Aviation Ras Al Khaimah, and honorary member of EEG. The award is a part of the authority’s technique placing preservation of the surroundings on the forefront of its priorities and attaining sustainable growth.
Manager on the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Department of SEWGA Engr. Fatima Ali Asghar confirmed that the authority’s profitable of this award got here as a end result of its efforts within the area of preserving the surroundings and launching numerous initiatives that contribute to elevating the extent of cultural and information consciousness amongst members of society concerning the significance of cooperation and taking all measures that take into consideration environmental features.
Asghar identified that defending the surroundings is a collective duty and it’s essential to consolidate the tradition of preserving the surroundings amongst all segments of the society and to unfold this tradition amongst staff in authorities companies, personal firms, and society basically.