Waste Management Digitization

Waste management digitization has opened the doors for effective and accurate waste management that depends on concrete numbers and specific locations.

Through employing technology and data analytics, we can create digital systems that handle everything from waste collection and recycling or converting to energy, all the way to waste monitoring.


Dawar APP

Our waste management system, called Dawar, specializes in the removal and disposal of waste, and is easily accessed through its App, where citizens can take a picture of the waste and upload it with its location on the app, then the support team in the app replies when the waste is removed from that area.


Dawar Adapt

It’s a waste monitoring app for waste management companies. Adapt measures performance and generates insights for constant improvement. Adapt is used by the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Local Development for monitoring all the waste management companies in Cairo.



Extended producer responsibility is a practice and a policy approach in which producers take responsibility for management of the disposal of products they produce once those products are no longer useful by consumers. Responsibility for disposal may be fiscal, physical, or a combination of the two. Here at ISR, we have developed systems and programs to help our partners carry their responsibilities effectively and easily.

  • Digital Traceability

    Dawar Trace – A traceability app for post-consumer waste

    Trace enables large production corporations to implement their ERP by tracking their post-consumer waste by tracing the waste material type and ensuring that the quantities which reach the recycling facilities are equivalent or close to the quantity produced.

    Trace also provides companies with qualitative insights measuring their environmental progress and how they can improve.

    Trace is currently on its way to becoming the leading App for ERP implementation.

  • Social Development of the Waste Cycle Programs

    The implementation of the extended producer responsibility (EPR) programs doesn’t only include the responsibility for the product post-consumer use but also the responsibility for the workers involved in this cycle, from waste pickers, bulkers, and recyclers, to have decent working conditions.

    Our social programs are data-driven and are based on standardized social assessments; where they provide:

    • Healthy and safe working conditions
    • Medical care for the workers
    • Continuously enhanced working conditions
    • A strict no child labor or forced labor policy for all our partners to abide by.
  • Environmental Awareness Campaigns

    We can’t keep coming up with solutions to the waste from the end standpoint; we also need to tackle the source, which is ‘The Consumer,’ that’s why we launch Environmental and Sustainability Awareness Campaigns to ensure the success of any sustainability program we have launched.

    Through our ongoing environmental awareness campaigns and programs, we slowly but surely pave the way towards transitioning to a circular economy in the MENA region.

    As part of our initiative, we established Dawar News in 2019 as our sustainability awareness channel.

    Dawar News delivers the latest local and global environmental sustainability news to spread environmental awareness and best practices, advocating and empowering responsible consumerism to the MENA region in both Arabic and English in bite-sized format for easy implementation.


Circular Recycling

The European Parliament acknowledges the circular economy as: “a model of production and consumption

Material Recovery

A materials recovery facility (MRF) is vital in residential and commercial single-stream recycling programs.