Sharjah Government orders sewage connection for buildings on main roads

Asma Ahmed - | UAE

In a recent directive issued on Tuesday, the Ruler of Sharjah emphasized the immediate connection of residential and commercial buildings situated along the main roads in the emirate's industrial areas to the sewage network.

Directive for Immediate Sewage Connection

In a directive issued on Tuesday, the Ruler of Sharjah emphasized the immediate connection of residential and commercial buildings situated along the main roads in the emirate's industrial areas to the sewage network. This proactive measure, as articulated by Dr. Sheikh Sultan Al Qasimi, aims to uphold environmental preservation, public health, and safety standards. Moreover, the initiative seeks to mitigate the reliance on tanker deployment for draining floodwaters, thus streamlining sewage management processes.

Dr. Sheikh Sultan Al Qasimi, who serves as the Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, underscored the meticulous planning involved in the development of new housing projects across the emirate. He emphasized the comprehensive approach taken to address various infrastructure needs, including sewage systems, gas connections, road networks, and green spaces.

In a recent phone interview, Dr. Sheikh Sultan Al Qasimi expressed his commitment to overseeing every aspect of these projects, ensuring that they align with the evolving requirements of Sharjah's residents. Reflecting on the progress made in housing development and essential service provision, he expressed gratitude for the nation's continuous advancement in meeting the growing demands of its populace.

Environmental and health benefits

The directive emphasizes the significance of prompt action in connecting buildings to the sewage network, particularly those located along main roads in industrial areas. This measure not only enhances environmental sustainability but also safeguards public health and safety. By reducing the need for tanker deployment to drain floodwaters, the initiative aims to streamline sewage management processes, contributing to overall efficiency and effectiveness.

Dr. Sheikh Sultan Al Qasimi's remarks underscore a broader commitment to holistic urban planning and infrastructure development in Sharjah. His hands-on approach and attention to detail reflect a dedication to ensuring that new housing projects meet the highest standards of quality and service provision. Through proactive measures such as this directive, the emirate continues to evolve as a modern and sustainable urban environment, capable of meeting the needs of its residents now and into the future.

The directive is indicative of the government's proactive stance on environmental conservation and public health. By prioritizing the immediate connection of buildings to the sewage network, the authorities demonstrate a commitment to sustainable development practices and efficient resource management. This approach not only benefits the environment but also enhances the overall quality of life for residents by ensuring access to essential services and mitigating potential health risks associated with inadequate sewage infrastructure.

The directive issued by the Ruler of Sharjah underscores the government's commitment to proactive measures aimed at enhancing environmental sustainability, public health, and safety. By prioritizing the immediate connection of buildings to the sewage network, particularly in industrial areas along main roads, the authorities demonstrate a dedication to efficient resource management and holistic urban planning. Dr. Sheikh Sultan Al Qasimi's hands-on approach reflects a broader commitment to ensuring that new housing projects meet the highest standards of quality and service provision, thereby contributing to the ongoing development and prosperity of Sharjah.

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