The decision comes in line with the UAE's constant efforts to support the preventive and precautionary measures that contain the spread of the COVID-19, aiming to ensure the health and safety of all citizens and residents.
Bee’ah has helped Sharjah achieve a 76 per cent waste diversion from landfill rate, and is fast approaching the 100 per cent diversion of waste with the launch of the Sharjah Waste to Energy Facility in 2021 by the Bee’ah-Masdar joint venture, Emirates Waste to Energy Company.
Dealing with cash in all revenues and fines transactions at Sharjah City Municipality has been stopped as of 15 July 2020, the municipality announced.
Sharjah City Municipality will not deal with cash in its revenue and fine transactions from July 15, it has been announced.
The Sharjah City Municipality has stopped dealing with cash in its revenue and fine transactions from Wednesday, July 15. The deposit system will however continue to function as before via the Commercial Bank of Dubai.
Emiratis have demanded that municipalities investigate this in order to preserve the safety of families and limit the number of singles on health grounds.
Dr Sheikh Sultan underscored the importance of the energy sector being one of the priorities of life, highlighting the emirate of Sharjah’s keenness to meet all the needs of society members in terms of electricity, water and gas.
This decision includes no requirements such as a specific capital or any additional fees for foreign investors, while allowing branches of foreign companies to conduct their business in the Emirate without the need for an agent of a foreign company.
Under the directives of His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, the Organising Committee of the Family Book For Citizen in the Emirate of Sharjah,
Based on the vision and directives of His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, to meet the needs of the elderly, the Sharjah City Municipality announced the provision of 1,146 free annual subscriptions for the elderly.