Thursday, October 1, 2020
Home Life Style Health & Fitness World's Largest e-Waste Recycling Plant Opens in Dubai

World’s Largest e-Waste Recycling Plant Opens in Dubai

It has a processing capacity of 100,000 tonnes of total integrated waste per year, of which 39,000 tonnes is e-waste

The world’s largest e-waste recycling facility has opened in Dubai, a media report said.

Located at the Dubai Industrial Park, the 280,000 square feet plant will process Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), IT asset disposition (ITAD), refrigerant gas and specialised waste, the Gulf News reported on Sunday night.

The facility will utilise state-of-the-art reclamation technology, which surpasses the European Union’s standards for e-waste. It has a processing capacity of 100,000 tonnes of total integrated waste per year, of which 39,000 tonnes is e-waste.

recycling hub, dubai
The world’s largest e-waste recycling facility has opened in Dubai, a media report said. Pixabay

The facility can process the entire range of WEEE from consumer and industrial to commercial and military. The 120 million dirhams ($5 million) project is backed by the Swiss Government Export Finance Agency.

ALSO READ: BSES Urges Consumers to Switch Off Electric Appliances During Earth Hour

Saud Abu Al Shawareb, Managing Director of the Dubai Industrial Park, said: “The launch is a reflection of the United Arab Emirates’ journey towards becoming a global platform that attracts innovative businesses and a successful model of the new green economy.” (IANS)

STAY CONNECTED

19,134FansLike
362FollowersFollow
1,778FollowersFollow

Most Popular

Lack of Vitamin-D May Result in Obesity, Says Study

We have now one more reason to maintain vitamin-D in our body as researchers have found that vitamin D deficiency during early development can...

Contemplating the Indian Constitution In Two Different Ways

BY NEHA HEGDE The Indian Constitution can be viewed in two particular ways. The Conservative Constitution and the Transformative Constitution. One sounds more of criticism...

Students Use Mobile Phones Excessively in Lockdown: Study

Parents and children are spending more time on various screens at home which is seriously affecting their health and now a new study reveals...

Lots of Change in Punjabi and Hindi Rap: Yo Yo Honey Singh

Rap superstar Yo Yo Honey Singh has been around for a decade and a half now, and he says there has been a lot...

People May Get Protection from COVID if They Had Common Cold in Past: Researchers

In a big breakthrough, researchers have found that people who have had about the seasonal or common cold in the past may get protection...

6 Ways to Choose the Best Paid Marketing Agency 

In simple words, Pay per Click is an advertising tool that the advertisers use when they want to advertise their company through another site....

Getting Rid of Stretch Marks During And Post-Pregnancy

Stretch marks are a common annoyance during and post-pregnancy and the easiest and most convenient way of reducing these marks is by following a...

Most Parents Deny To Send Children If Schools Reopen

A majority of 71 percent of parents will not be sending their children to school in October even if schools reopen. With rising COVID cases,...

Recent Comments