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DEWA’s policies and procedures for managing its environmental impacts

Realizing that environmental protection is key not only to its continued success but also to ensuring the wellbeing of future generations, the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) seeks to minimize its impact on the surrounding ecosystem through a range of policies and initiatives.

By identifying, measuring, managing and changing DEWA is essentially in control of this very important aspect of CSR/ Sustainability.

The case studies sent out weekly through the FBRH SustainCase Newsletter are intended to give you insights on how you can maintain and increase the value of your company, through a structured process and the use of the Global Reporting Initiative's Standards. We demonstrate how companies worldwide are dealing with their most important impacts (economic, environmental and social) and how they are succeeding in the long-term by building and maintaining favourable reputations and relationships with key stakeholders who can hold them back or stop them from reaching their objectives.

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Case study: DEWA’s policies and procedures for managing its environmental impacts
Case study: DEWA’s policies and procedures for managing its environmental impacts

As the sole supplier of electricity and water to the Emirate of Dubai, owning, operating and maintaining power stations and desalination plants, aquifers, power and water transmission lines and power and water distribution networks a top priority for the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is minimizing its environmental footprint. After measuring and setting targets, DEWA took action to implement an ISO-14001 certified environmental management system, comply with all relevant environmental regulations, protect ecosystems, minimize air emissions, implement an effective waste management system and embed sustainability values throughout its supply chain.

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