Beyond Business as Usual
From our everyday operations to major capital investments, Abu Dhabi Ports commits to adopting globally acknowledged best practices to protect our environment.
We minimise potential negative impacts by reducing air emissions, pollution and waste – and by improving water quality and conserving natural resources across our ports and facilities.
Best Green Practices
At Abu Dhabi Ports, we deeply care for the environment – both onshore and offshore. Our efforts are fully aligned with Abu Dhabi Regulatory Authorities, and national and international rules and regulations.
Way back in 2011, we were accredited with the ISO 14001:2004, the international standard for environmental management systems.
By using the latest green technologies and practices, we protect Ras Ghanada, the region’s largest coral reef and sea meadows adjacent to the new Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone – our flagship entity, presently under long-term construction.
To ensure a cohesive approach as part of our HSE policy, Abu Dhabi Ports implements an Operational Excellence Management System to identify and manage risks and to improve reliability and safety across all operations.
We continuously enhance and modernise our projects and cultivate the development of innovative technologies to ensure a brighter future for our planet.
Through a multi-pronged approach, we totally align with the aspirations of Abu Dhabi Government’s 2030 Economic Vision to protect and conserve the environment around our ports and facilities for a sustainable future – for all of us.