Al Bustan Centre and Residence participates in ‘can collection drive’

This initiative was hosted to help involve the community and educate them on sustainability

Image: Supplied
Image: Supplied

Dubai’s Al Bustan Centre & Residence participated in the Emirates Environmental Group’s ‘can collection drive’.

Employees of the property pledged to deposit a specific quantity of aluminium cans from 1 April 2019 to 30 June 2019.

This initiative was hosted to help involve the community, educate them on sustainability, instil values of recycling in the younger generation and achieve the objective of reducing waste to landfills.

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As part of the campaign, participants achieving the target of depositing the required amount of cans will receive a certificate of participation and a chance to plant a tree under their name by the end of this year.

“We applaud the initiative launched by Emirates Environmental Group and are honoured to be participating in such a significant campaign. Our participation in this campaign is one of the ways in helping Dubai achieve the goal of being a sustainable city by providing residents and expats with the highest quality of life with the lowest environmental footprint,” said Moussa El Hayek,COO of Al Bustan Centre and Residence.

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