Monday, 20 Mar 2023
First glass recycling plant in GCC to come up in Sohar

First glass recycling plant in GCC to come up in Sohar

The National Glass Recycling Company will be established in Sohar Industrial Estate, and is promoted by Hilal bin Hamad al Hasani, CEO of Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE) and chairman of Shumookh Investment and Services and Ramesh Mani, glass business leader in the GCC. Hasani and Mani, who are also the CEO and managing investor companion of the new business, have been present at Glasstec in Düsseldorf to unveil the project prior to a gathering of business leaders.

According to the promoters, the National Glass Recycling Company will be the initial state-of-art and totally automated glass recycling plant with a capacity of 650 tonnes per day inside the GCC. “The glass recycling plant is specifically designed to meet the needs of varied glass manufacturers within the GCC region in terms of specifications, volumes and pricing,” the business stated.

The plant will use the Glass Recycling Technology, an exclusive and patented technologies from the UAE-primarily based Glass-Scan Technologies. “The Dubai based company has the rights, the proprietary know-how and strategic industry partners to support the implementation of the legal frame, support the introduction of glass recycling to the public, arrange and operate waste glass collection, build and operate a recycling glass plant and control and manage all relevant data,” the business stated.

The gear is manufactured and supplied by Binder+Co from Austria, that specialises in recycling gear. The business has confirmed extended-term import agreements for the broken glass, raw components and export sales agreements with glass producers, guaranteeing pre-bookings of the capacities effectively in advance.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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