A bird’s eye view of the Abu Dhabi skyline.
Emaduddin Khalil, Staff Reporter
The Municipality of Abu Dhabi stated that the fine of throwing residues of building materials in non-dedicated area is Dhs10,000.
“Throwing waste and building materials in public places distorts the cultural appearance of the city.” the municipality said.
It affirmed within a comprehensive awareness campaign launched by the Department of Municipalities and Transport in early March under the slogan "The beauty of our city lies within its cleanliness" to stress the need to maintain the cultural appearance to preserve the health and safety of all. The campaign also aimed to support efforts to make Abu Dhabi a clean and safe place.
The municipality has warned of burning the waste in construction sites, indicating that the fine of this act is Dhs5,000.
“Workers at the public residential buildings must perform periodic maintenance for waste rooms or a fine of Dhs100 will be imposed on them, except for people working at the private residential units.” The municipality warned.
The General Directorate of Civil Defence-Abu Dhabi has announced it has banned the use of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders in all the buildings and facilities using central gas.
Abu Dhabi’s Traffic and Patrols Directorate held a press conference on Tuesday to launch an awareness campaign titled “Be Road Safe,” during which it disclosed a plan to detect school bus “stop arm” offenders in co-ordination with the Department of Transport.
In its report, the ADAFSA stated that the closure decision came due to the facility’s failure to abide by the conditions and requirements related to health and food safety repeatedly.
The municipality indicated public parks were opened at the level of the region’s cities, in addition to the opening of the beach of Al Marfa city, to receive visitors, with the aim of providing various recreational places for the residents and visitors of the region.
The new website provides its users with access to more than 200+ e-services for individuals and organisations, that enhances their journey to complete their transactions seamlessly and without the need to physically visit the GCAA premises.
A video of a man crying secretly in his bedroom after his son’s poor performance in maths exam in China’s Zhengzhou has gone viral. It was quite unusual for a father to cry over his child’s exam performance but in this case the father was upset because he had been tutoring his son in maths for a year.
Dr Sheikh Sultan welcomed the company's visit, praising the fruitful cooperation between the company and the Emirate of Sharjah in energy projects and investments.