The Leading Journal for the Tyre Recycling Sector

The Leading Journal for the Tyre Recycling Sector

Qatar Opens Tyre Recycling Plant

A USD 41 million plant has been opened at Qatar’s Mesaieed Industrial City. The 20,000 square metre facility will process tyres and other rubber products.

Plant Part of Strategic Plan to Reach National Vision 2030

The development is part of Qatar’s aim to develop sustainability and support green technology under its National Vision 2030 campaign.

One of the key suppliers to this project was Eldan Recycling.

“We are honoured to have been chosen to supply the recycling equipment for this esteemed project,’ comments Eldan’s managing director Toni Reftman. According to Fahad Al Khalifa, ceo of Al Khalij Commercial Bank, the project bolsters the production of environmentally-friendly, value-added products, creating ‘economic opportunities that contribute to diversifying state revenues.”

Qatar imports some 900,000 tyres annually and the market is growing. This puts around 500,000 tyres on the scrap pile every year.