Dubai Municipality enhances slaughterhouse services in preparation of Eid al Adha

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Dubai Municipality:

 In preparation of the upcoming Eid al Adha, the Dubai Municipality slaughterhouses are enhancing their services by allowing customers to order, purchase, prepare and deliver slaughtered livestock using smart applications. This is in line with Dubai Municipality’s vision to sustain its position as a leading municipality that delivers the greatest quality of life to its residents by adhering to the highest standards of quality in its services and meeting customers’ needs in a timely, smooth, and flexible manner.

Smart Apps

The authorized smart apps for ordering sacrifices include Al Mawashi; Turki Dabayh; Shabab Al Freej; Dhabayih Aldaar; Alanood Slaughters; Dhabayeh UAE; and Tender Meat. These apps are customer-centric and offer high quality services that save time and effort.

 High Safety Standards

The Municipality emphasized the importance of relying on their slaughterhouse as they employ the latest tools and equipment to operate according to globally approved health conditions and standards. The abattoirs offer Sharia-compliant livestock slaughtering services, guaranteeing health and safety of the people, as they prepare and slaughter livestock in a clean and hygienic environment. The facilities also provide veterinary inspections of livestock before and after slaughtering to ensure they are safe and fit for human consumption.

Working Hours

The Municipality announced that Al Qusais slaughterhouse will be open from 7 am until 6 pm on the Day of Arafah, from 8 am to 4 pm on the first three days of Eid Al Adha, and from 8 am to 6 pm on the fourth day. The working hours of Al Quoz, Hatta, and Al Lisaili slaughterhouses will be from 7 am to 4 pm on the Day of Arafah, from 8 am to 4 pm on the first three days of Eid Al Adha, and from 7 am to 2 pm on the fourth day.

Safety and Prevention Guidelines

The Municipality has established certain guidelines for the transportation of livestock, to ensure that they are transported to the abattoirs in secure and equipped vehicles. They also emphasized the importance of implementing preventive measures and avoiding butchering livestock in ranches and farms to maintain animal safety while limiting the risk of communicable disease transmission between animals and people.