Dubai is now going to have the world’s largest e-waste recycling facility which worths Dh120 million. The Recycling Hub has been launched by Enviroserve, the e-waste specialist in Dubai.
The 280,000 square-foot e-waste recycling plant is located at Dubai Industrial Park. The Recycling Hub is going to process WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment), IT asset disposition (ITAD), refrigerant gas as well as specialized waste.
The Recycling Hub has a processing capacity of 100,000 tonnes of total integrated waste per year, of which 39,000 tonnes is e-waste.
The Swiss Government Export Finance Agency is going to sponsor the project.
Stuart Fleming, Group CEO of Enviroseve, said: “We are happy to launch our new e-waste recycling facility today and to be part of Dubai Industrial Park whose support was invaluable to us to turn this vision into a reality. Utilizing innovative green technology in this iconic facility, we are confident this will be a true game-changer in electronic and specialized waste recycling for the UAE and the wider Middle East, Africa and Caucasus region. The Recycling Hub is the outcome of Enviroserve’s pioneering 15-year journey in the e-waste industry and we look forward to elevating the sustainability movement in the region.”
The managing director of the Dubai Industrial Park, Saud Abu Al Shawareb, said that “The launch of The Recycling Hub at Dubai Industrial Park is a reflection of the UAE’s journey towards becoming a global platform that attracts innovative businesses and a successful model of the new green economy. We take pride in our partnership with Enviroserve, a key milestone in our mission to contribute to the development of an advanced industrial sector in the UAE that is focused on innovation and sustainable technology, and we look forward to the far-reaching positive impact that will extend to several regions in the world right from the heart of Dubai.”

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