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Al Jouf Municipality delegation Meets with RCJ Officials and Visits JIC Plant Nursery
the Secretary of Al Jouf Municipality Engineer Darwish Bin Ali Al Ghamdi and his accompanying delegation held several meetings with the Operation & Maintenance  Sector and Technical affairs sector. They also visited the RCJ plant nursery, which annually produces 25,000 trees, 150,000 shrubs, 200 thousand of ground cover and one million seasonal flowers.
 
The Technical Affairs Sector presented a presentation on the experience of RCJ in the management, implementation and maintenance of projects and the maintenance of infrastructure and buildings. The presentation highlighted RCJ initiative to train a number of government agencies to manage and implement projects through training their  specialists employees in the field of work sites in Jubail Industrial City under direct supervision from the sector.
 
Officials in the Operation & Maintenance Sector presented a presentation on roads, buildings, green areas, and the application of the Royal Commission for energy conservation program. In addition, the presentation indicated  the most prominent programs and projects implemented such as the call center, traffic center, excellence and increased beneficiaries satisfaction, confirmation of effective response to complaints and concerns, and improvement of  traffic safety, through the application of the Royal Commission (Bader).
 
The delegation also discussed the efforts of the Royal Commission in Jubail in environmental monitoring and the services it provides in follow-up for food service providers and shops.