Universe Environment Bahrain B.S.C.

Recycling for Charity (RFC) is actively placing recycling banks in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The goal is to install 75 banks in the first stage, and strategically place them at supermarkets, cinema complexes and leisure destinations where it will be easy for all members of the community to visit. We plan to introduce recycling to those who are not familiar with it, and encourage residents to make it a part of their daily life.

A nationwide educational program to help foster awareness of recycling and its benefits amongst the young generation has been embarked. The goal is to promote ways of saving the environment which not only educates the children but also encourages them to spread the importance of recycling and environmental concerns to their families.

The recycling banks are emptied regularly, resources are processed and sold off to the local and world market. For every ton of material processed and sold, about BHD15 will be donated to local charities. That might not sound like much, but the plant will soon reach the maximum capacity to process 65,000 tons a year in 24/7 operation – about 10% of all recyclable waste produced in Bahrain and currently buried in landfill.

Scope of Project: Design, Business Development and Management
Headquarter Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain
Target market: Kingdom of Bahrain
Business Collection, Processing & Sales of Recyclates
Authorized Capital: 1,000,000 BHD
Project Volume: 2,500,000 BHD
Share: 10%
Website: http://www.recycling-for-charity.com

This piece is taken from the website of Universe Projects.

See on-line at: http://test.universe-projects.com/projects/universe-environment-bahrain-b-s-c-c

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