Cleanup drive in Jumeirah

DUBAI — More than 65 ENOC employees participated in the global ‘Clean Up the World’ campaign, organised in partnership with the United Nations Environment
Program and the Dubai Municipality. ENOC volunteers took part in cleaning the open beach located in Jumeirah 1, a media release stated.

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Published: Sun 31 Oct 2010, 9:36 PM

Last updated: Mon 6 Apr 2015, 4:36 PM

ENOC’s strong turnout of employees complements its recently launched programme TarabuT, which aims at engaging and encouraging employees to volunteer in community development activities. The clean-up drive follows the successful ‘Save Pakistan’ campaign in partnership with Aramex, wherein several ENOC employees took part.

Khalid Hadi, ENOC’s Group Brand and Marketing Manager, said: “ENOC is committed to partnering in initiatives that have a transformational impact on the community. We partner in social causes as well as events that help conserve our environment.

“The launch of our TarabuT programme has lent further momentum to the participation of our employees who realize the importance of being socially-responsible individuals.”

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