Our aim is to contribute to the global, regional, national, and local sustainable development visions. In 2020, we have joined the UAE Climate Change Taskforce, headed by Environment Agency Abu Dhabi. This taskforce brings together leaders from businesses, academia, and government to create opportunities for better understanding and cooperation in climate change resolutions.
We currently provide irrigation solutions to some of Abu Dhabi’s most prominent landmarks such as Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, Al Nahdha Farm, Al Wathba Palace, Municipalities and Qasr Al Emarat among many others.
Al Ain zoo is home to 4,000 animals and is considered the largest in the region.
SWS treatment plants supply Al Ain Zoo with recycled water.
Al-Forsan International Sports Resort is supplied with recycled water as part of SWS’s initiatives.
Al Wathba Wetland Reserve hosts more than 4,000 flamingos and 250 species of birds, and is supplied with recycled water as part of the SWS’s initiatives.
Al Saadiyat Beach Golf Club is watered using recycled water as part of SWS’s initiatives.
The treated water and organic materials are examined at SWS Laboratories to ensure that it conforms to high standards.
The primary disposition tanks of Al Mafraq wastewater treatment plant was designed to treat the capacity of around 260,000 cubic meters per day.
Part of the Al Wathba-1 Wastewater treatment plant, opened in 2011, with a design capacity of 300,000 cubic meters per day.