Using universal methods of waste management
The methods used in dealing with the waste mentioned in the statement mark Qatar's commitment to environmental sustainability.
One of the priorities of officials building the World Cup stadiums for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, is to use universal methods of waste management, ensuring that waste is categorised and stored in dedicated spaces on the construction sites.
The work is being carried out by accredited contractors and companies to take on the task of transporting recyclable waste to the appropriate factories.
Qatar's organising body, responsible for managing the 2022 World Cup projects, agreed with the Gulf Research and Development Organisation GORDO, to provide the best ways to manage waste at construction sites.
Sustainable practices at World Cup
The agreement shed light on sustainable practices in managing waste at World Cup stadium construction sites, which aims to document the efforts dedicated to dealing with waste resulting from World Cup stadium construction sites, to be a valuable reference for contractors willing to implement the best sustainable strategies to manage construction waste effectively.
Qatar committed to sustainability
The methods used in dealing with the waste mentioned in the statement mark Qatar's commitment to environmental sustainability, framed by the efforts being made to host the first version of the World Cup in the Middle East, as well as embodying the determination to host a carbon-free edition.
Such sustainable methods are part of Qatar's efforts to achieve GSAS (Global Sustainability Assessment Systems) certification, which aims to assess green buildings and infrastructure, as well as urging the use of best practice in waste recycling, to pursue a recycling strategy where possible, and to adapt best practice in reversing waste to landfill.
The report shed light on the challenges involved in managing construction waste from large venues such as World Cup stadiums.
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