Al-Juwaiser's Environmental tour of Jubail Industrial City
Asserts the Importance the Royal Commission Attaches to the Environment.
H.E Director General of the Royal Commission in Jubail Eng. Mohammed Abdul-Aziz Al-Juwaiser emphasized the importance the Royal Commission for Jubail & Yanbu attaches to environmental protection through its established environmental regulations. Al-Juwaiser added the Royal Commission is constantly updating the existing environmental regulations in the light of latest technical developments relevant to this subject around the clock in a strict manner on which it is working in Jubail Industrial City. Monitoring stations and groups spread in different areas of Jubail Industrial City to measure the various environmental elements. This area, he asserts, is one of the priorities of the Royal Commission.
This was said yesterday during Al-Juwaiser's inspection visit to Royal Commission Environment Protection Dept. where he was briefed about the latest developments. He also visited some mobile monitoring stations that collect and report data around the clock.
The Royal Commission for Jubail & Yanbu has realized honorable accomplishments in the field of industrialization with environmental protection. In its master plan, the Royal Commission for Jubail & Yanbu emphasized the importance of environmental protection through preparation and implementation of a developed environmental monitoring and protection program. To realize this objective, the Royal Commission has developed environmental regulations and criteria to measure all environmental elements of both industrial cities.
It is worth mentioning that Jubail Industrial City has won several prizes in recognition of its environmental programs, landscaping, and investment. The prizes are: The Kuwait-based Regional Organization for the Protection of Marine Environment; Sasakawa Award from the United Nations, which is the highest international Award in environmental protection; The Arab Towns Organization Award for Environmental Protection. Financial Times issued FDI magazine named Jubail Industrial City, following polls, the city with the best economic potential in the Middle East. Lately, the Royal Commission won the Gulf Economy Prize for the year 2006.