Teams from the Abu Dhabi Waste Management Center (Tadweer) maintain a festive atmosphere and the duration of the festival.
Abu Dhabi entered 2021 with a heavy big bang event at the Sheikh Zayed Festival. It was an inevitable night of intense activity and food and drink to begin with.
And long after the unhappy departure, a handful of volunteers worked to clear the area. They have been on the job since the club started in Al Wathba. While everyone enjoyed the dances, rides, fountain and laser displays and the beautiful display of explosives, these massive cleaning crews were always looking for any rubbish on the floor.
If all the major venues, which hosted the New Year’s Eve party, look and feel this afternoon, it is the result of the hard work of the various parties at the Abu Dhabi Waste Management Center (Tadweer).
“This is our job. We did this throughout the festival. We do this every day not only today but also here in Abu Dhabi, ”said the cleaner, who is part of a group that plays a key role in keeping Abu Dhabi a world-class city. “People are good, they don’t throw away a lot of rubbish,” added the humble staff as they continued his work.
Tadweer is a strategic partner of the Sheikh Zared Festival. Salem Al Kaabi, Director-General, Tadweer, said in a statement to the Khaleej Times that over the years, the festival has grown from strength to strength by incorporating a calendar full of domestic and international events highlighting the UAE’s established history, civilization success, and developmental journey.
“As a partner who is a planned partner of the Festival, Tadweer plays a key role in organizing the event in a positive way by ensuring a clean and safe environment for all participants and visitors. This contributes to expanding Abu Dhabi’s top position as an ideal venue for high-profile events and activities. ”