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Garbage Containers

Project info

Year
2018
Client
UNDP
Location
Syria
Supplied item
Garbage Containers

Project Description

Site of Project: Lattakia – Hama- Jableh – Tartous

Materials Were Provided:

- Garbage bins /   Qty: 70 PCs
- Garbage Carts /   Qty: 130 PCs
- Half barrel garbage bins / Qty: 300 PCs

Every business generates trash and garbage that require attention on a regular basis to maintain cleanliness, safety and health in the workplace or home. Having the proper equipment applies to waste management just as it does to other areas of successful business operations. When a business supplies its employees and customers with easy access to waste containers, overall maintenance of the building is made easier and buildings stay cleaner and neater. Nothing says sloppy like overflowing trash cans or garbage cans inside or outside of a building. It is important to purchase not only the right size cans and bins, but also an adequate amount of such containers.

Trash and garbage bins and cans, effectively placed around a building or home, are the first step toward safe material handling and building maintenance. Make cleaning and janitorial work faster and easier by ordering the right waste containment systems and materials today.

 

 

Client: UNDP ( United Nations Development Programme)


UNDP works in nearly 170 countries and territories, helping to achieve the eradication of poverty, and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion. They help countries to develop policies, leadership skills, partnering abilities, institutional capabilities and build resilience in order to sustain development results. This is a critical time for the world. At UNDP, we see this period as a huge opportunity to advance the global sustainable development agenda.


UNDP has been operational in Syria for nearly four decades, since 1975. Its presence has been continuous through the best of times and in the worst of times, in times of war and peace. Since the eruption of the crisis in Syria in 2011, UNDP has been an integral partner in the relief and humanitarian assistance efforts undertaken by a multitude of partners.

Inside Syria, in 2017 UNDP has reached over 4,647,000 people in the affected population (547,774 directly, and 4,099,970 indirectly). Implemented projects have provided 89,866 monthly jobs to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and host communities with a clear focus on vulnerable groups: 22,631 to women, including women heading households, 3,704 to people with disabilities and 49,690 to youth.

UNDP is actively operating in twelve governorates: Aleppo, Al-Hassakeh, As-Sweida, Damascus, Daraa, Deir-Ez- Zor, Hama, Homs, Latakia, Quneitra, Rural Damascus and Tartous. When access allowed, UNDP worked in Idleb and Ar-Raqqah and will continue to promote better access to serve the population there. They work either through direct field presence, outsourced personnel, private service providers and/or partner Non- Governmental Organizations (NGOs).

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