Qatar created 434,000 tonnes of building materials from waste in 2020.
Qatar Pushes to Increase Recycling
As the Qatari Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) is set to organise the 1st International Waste Management Conference, Qatar is making steady progress in recycling waste to achieve its environment protection goals.
Last year, 434,000 tonnes of building materials were produced by recycling construction waste. According to information shared by the MME on its official social media accounts, 482,402 tyres were also processed in 2020.
The company handling the Rawdat Rashid Landfill site works on recycling construction waste to produce different building materials such as rubble, construction powder, and gravel in different measurements. 434,000 tonnes of building materials were produced in 2020.
The Rawdat Rashid Landfill also has a section for tyre companies and receives approximately 2,000 to 2,500 tyres per day. In total, about 482,402 tyres were processed in 2020.