Almarai funds EEG recycling centers across UAE
Hundreds of students at five institutions across the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will soon be saving and recycling their plastic bottles, newspapers and aluminum cans at school due to the forthcoming installation of recycling centers courtesy of Almarai and the Emirates Environmental Group (EEG).
The Millennium School, Latifa School, Happy Home Nursery and Zayed University in Dubai, and Sharjah Women's College are just some of the schools that will benefit from Almarai's environmental fund, which aims to encourage environmental awareness amongst youths in the UAE.
The recycling centers, which will be placed in prominent outdoor areas around each institution over the coming months, will be emptied on a regular basis and the recyclable waste transported to the various recycling plants in the UAE. These educational establishments will join another 51 institutions in the UAE who have all joined EEG's waste management campaigns since 2001. — (menareport.com)
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