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Royal Commission reiterates Hygiene Drive Campaign
​Royal Commission reiterates Hygiene Drive Campaign 

Royal Commission management recently revived its clean drive campaign for the women’s toilets in beaches and parks in Jubail Industrial City and has earned positive response from citizens.

The restoration drive came in accordance with Engr. Mane Al-Hershan, Director of Sanitation Department efforts to provide the best and quality service to the families using public utilities in Jubail. Sanitation Department has been closely monitoring all public utilities including beaches and parks and through this drive has provided employment to “cleaners” working under the supervision and guidance of Sanitation department, said Al-Hershan.

Director Al-Hershan also pointed out that the introduction of the female cleaners in women's toilets occured as initiatives to preserve women’s privacy, and to maintain its cleanliness at all times especially during peak hours.