Dubai, UAE, 8 April 2020: Dubai Investments Park [DIP], the unique integrated commercial, industrial & residential community in the Middle East, wholly-owned by Dubai Investments PJSC, initiated a disinfection drive across all common areas in Dubai Investments Park zones, supplementing Dubai Municipality sterilization drive, implemented as part of the precautionary measures against the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The sanitization and fogging activities carried out were according to the highest international standards using best-in-class products and in line with the guidelines as outlined by the Dubai Municipality.
The disinfection drive comprising of sanitization and pest fogging covered common areas across DIP 1 & DIP 2 including common pathways, bus stops, signage’s, garbage bins, around supermarkets, around restaurants, community parks, common car parks , schools, labor accommodations and common residential areas.
Commenting on the disinfection drive, Omar Al Mesmar, General Manager, Dubai Investments Park, said, “Rendering of services remotely through alternate channels aimed at restricting the inflow and outflow, alongside other awareness drives, aimed at mitigating the impacts were already rolled out and the sanitization and fogging initiative aims at further complementing the measures. With the size, proximity and nature of business across DIP, it was important to implement additional measures in the interest of the community and we will be implementing more rounds in the coming weeks.”
Specialised sanitisation and disinfection teams used spraying machines to sterilise trucks and cars, and disinfectant fogging machines, steam cleaning machines and disinfectant sprayer compressed machines to sterilise roads and common areas.
Dubai Investments Park has reinstated valuing and supporting the directives of Dubai government during this time and supporting and enhancing the initiatives of Dubai Municipality in support with other government departments towards ensuring the highest level of safety possible in accordance with the guidelines of the World Health Organization and international best practices.