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Sharjah Electricity wins first place in Emirates Award for printer ink recycling

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Sharjah Electricity, Water and Gas Authority won first place at the state level for the fifth year in a row in the enterprise category waste management and recycling printer award hosted annually by the Emirates Environment Working Group for its performance. collection and recycling of 365 inks with ink, during a ceremony in Dubai Knowledge Park, Convention Center District Al Sufouh 2, organized by the group on the occasion of World Environment Day, under protection and in the presence of meadow. Sheikh Salem bin Sultan bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Member of the Executive Council of the Government of Ras Al Khaimah and Head of the Department of Civil Aviation in the Emirate Ras Al Khaimah and Honorary Member of the Group, as part of the Authority’s strategy to put the environment first its priorities and the achievement of sustainable development.

Engineer Fatima Ali Asghar, Director of the Information and Communication Technology Division of the Sharjah Electricity, Water and Gas Authority, confirmed that the Authority’s winning of this award came as a culmination of its efforts in environmental protection and launching various initiatives to help raise the level of cultural and knowledge awareness among members of society about the importance of cooperation and take all measures that take into account environmental aspects.

She pointed out that protecting the environment is a collective responsibility and it is necessary to consolidate the culture in order to preserve the environment among all sections of society and to spread this culture among employees of public authorities, private companies and society in general.

She pointed out that the ink recycling campaign organized by the Information and Communication Technology Department of Sharjah’s Electricity, Water and Gas Authority contributed to the collection of 365 ink bottles for recycling, and the authority topped its competitors with this number, qualifying it to win for the fifth year in a row. features.

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