The transfer station will accept materials like construction debris, general refuse and garbage, appliances, furniture and bedding.
The 220 ton-per-day and 150-ton-per-day systems will treat mixed solid waste from both Al Dhahirah and Al Buraimi.
A quick response and lack of damage to the equipment inside saw the facility up and running the next day.
Waste360 spoke to various waste and recycling companies about their pre- and post-disaster precautions and procedures.
If the recommendation is adopted, it would reverse a ruling made by City Code Compliance Manager Andrew Garcia.
Neighbors’ and politicians’ main concerns are garbage truck traffic and poor air quality from diesel emissions.