The Information Technology Dep’t (IT Dep’t) at the Corporate Technical Support Services Sector of the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has been awarded HP’s Green Initiative Certificate in recognition of its fruitful efforts and effective role in reassembling of empty toner cartridges from RTA offices and handing them over to HP Company for disposing of them in a safe and environment-friendly manner after removing some of their components for recycling in other industries.
The award was made in a gathering attended by Abdullah Al Madani, CEO of RTA Corporate Technical Support Services Sector; and Ameen Murtadawi, General Manger of HP Middle East, in RTA Head Office in the presence of several employees of both parties where Mr. Murtadawi presented the RTA with a Certificate of Appreciation in recognition from the global company of the good results achieved by the RTA in this score.
“RTA is always keen on applying the best international practices in conserving the environment, adopting green IT, and contributing to the recycling of several printing materials and office stationery items; a practice that brings about huge dividends at all levels, including reduced expenditure and higher revenues besides supporting the efforts aimed at achieving these noble objectives in collaboration with other concerned entities.
“RTA is always seeking to benefit from the latest techniques in IT with a view to contributing effectively in upgrading the work mechanism, and improving employees’ performance at all sectors & agencies in a bid to assist them deliver the best services to RTA customers from various community segments. It also attends to lending a helping hand to all efforts aimed at improving the environment, conserving materials, improving the public health, and enhancing the productivity of the individual and the entire community,” continued Al Madani. More info