Jebel Ali Free Zone Authority (JAFZA) manages
DUCAMZ providing quality service to its customers
at all time. DUCAMZ continues to invest in
State-of-the Art Technology and Information
Systems, together with skilled personnel to
run them, as attested by ISO 9002 Certification
was established with the objective of re-exporting
cars to the Asian and African region where
the demand exists and continues to grow. This
zone comprises one million square meters of
area. The location has easy access to all
airports and seaports in the region and from
automobile is reloaded onto feeder vessels,
or on to trucks which travel throughout the
region on a
modern network of highways, linking all the
neighboring countries in the Middle East and
The Workshop and Maintenance areas of DUCAMZ
need to be upgraded to meet EHS guidelines
with the standard operating practices of PCFC.
• lyubstitute a less toxic raw material.
• Switch to non-chlorinated compounds, such
as citrus based solvent for parts cleaning.
• Always ask for and keep MSDS of any product
used in the facility.
• Always use funnels or pumps to dispense
• Collect leaking or dripping fluids in designated
drip pans or containers.
• Keep a designated drip pan under the pan
when unclipping hoses, unscrewing filters
or removing other
• Immediately transfer used fluids to proper
containers. Never leave drip pans or other
• Keep all chemicals in sealed containers
with tight fitting lids.
• Storage and disposal areas for liquid materials
should be located in or near repair and maintenance
areas, undercover, protected from runoff,
with berms or secondary containment, and away
areas and fire hazards. • Store minimal quantities
of hazardous materials.
• Provide clearly labeled, separate containers
for the disposal of waste oils, fuels, and
• All fluids should be drained and replaced
in areas where there are no connections to
storm drains or
• Keep lids on all solvent containers when
not in use.
• Seal all floor drains to prevent ground
• Use dirty solvents first when cleaning parts
and use a filter on parts washer to extend
life of solvent.
• Consider switching to water based cleaner
instead of chlorinated spray cans of brake/
• Use alternative liquid materials where practical.
• Recycle liquid materials where possible.
• Prepare a hazardous materials spill recovery
plan and update it as necessary.
• Keep adequate spill response equipment where
liquid materials are stored.
• Contact a PCFC approved contractor for recycling
of used solvent.
• Contact a PCFC approved transporter for
disposal of used hazardous wastes.
• Consider installation of an on-site distillation
unit to recycle spent solvents.
• Dirty floor washings should be routed with
other industrial waste water (effluent) to
a proper holding
tank for suitable disposals.
• Use antifreeze and coolants that are less
toxic to the environment.
• When good antifreeze must be removed for
repairs only, save it and return it to the
repairs have been completed.