Qatar Airways and QACC have gathered these materials for recycling purposes.
Qatar Airways and QACC recognise that through the provision of support and investment, our local recycling supply chain can evolve to further drive environmental change in Qatar and provide an excellent revenue opportunity for local commerce.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker opined, QACCs focus on reducing waste is a core part of Qatar Airways commitment to the environment.
Qatar Airways and QACC over the past 3 months have recycled 266 tonnes of materials together with cardboard, plastic wrapping and a variety of plastic containers.
A state-of-the-art facility is operated by QACC which provides premium in-flight and lounge catering facilities to passengers travelling on the national airlines global network and utilising HIA lounges together with the award-winning Al Mourjan Business Class Lounge at Hamad International Airport.
In addition to the Qatar Airways Group companies QACC is important ambitious energy and water conservation and waste minimisation programmes to back the environmental pillar of Qatars Vision for 2030.
Over the past three months Qatar Airways and QACC have recycled 266 tonnes of materials including cardboard, plastic wrapping and a variety of plastic containers.
Akbar Al Baker, said: QACCs focus on reducing waste is a core part of Qatar Airways commitment to the environment.
Tribune News Network DOHA Chefs from Qatar Airways' (QA) in-flight catering subsidiary, Qatar Aircraft Catering Company (QACC
), have won 15 awards, including Gold and Silver, at the Fourth Hospitality Qatar event held at the Doha Exhibition & Convention Centre recently.
Together with Qatar Airways, Qatar Aviation Services (QAS), Qatar Aviation Catering Company (QACC
), Qatar Duty Free (QDF) and the Airport Hotel, HIA is committed to achieving lower and more efficient greenhouse gas emissions to help tackle climate change, reduce, re-use and recycle waste, manage noise and control emissions to air and water to reduce impact on the local environment wherever they operate.
A QR330mn contract for restoration and construction work in the Heritage Quarter within Phase 1A of Msheireb Downtown Doha development has been awarded by Msheireb Properties to Qatari Arabian Construction Company (QACC).
It will bring to life much of the culture and diversity that define the Msheireb project while emphasising its sustainability credentials." Christopher Blair, executive manager, QACC, said the company, a subsidiary of ACC, is committed to the highest standards and to deliver a project that matches the expectations of everyone connected with what will be the world's largest sustainable community on completion.