Recycling services include waste and convert them into usable raw materials.
WHO WE ARE?
Recycling services L.L.C specializes in the management and recycling of both hazarded and non- hazarded waste and its conversion into raw materials that can be used in a modern and innovative way at the local and regional level.
Why are we existing?
We contribute to reduce carbon emissions and waste dumping affect our daily lives by managing and recycling waste and creating environmental, social and economic value in Oman and in the rest of the world.
Leadership in waste management and recycling in the Middle East and North Africa
The contribution in converting as much waste as possible into raw materials that can be used in the manufacturing field in a modern and innovative way.
To be the leading manufacturer in the field of waste management and recycling
To create environmental, social and economic added value for recycled materials
Documents Destruction: Includes documents that contain confidential information and all types of documents.
Electronic Waste Destruction: It includes destruction to computers and all kinds of electronic waste.
Destruction of expired items: It includes the destruction of all types of expired itemes.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is moving according to a clear strategic vision for dealing with waste and working to recycle it in an organized manner that achieves value and environmental, economic, and social impact in accordance with the vision of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2030.
Plastic garbage, especially when burned, has a terrible negative impact on the ecosystem. Growing concern about the global environmental crisis is also being caused by the fall in plastic recycling.
Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have created a recycling process that substitutes carbon atoms from mixed garbage for all of the fossil raw materials used to create the new plastic in an effort to lessen the negative consequences of plastic.
As a result of our excessive consumption in recent decades, the risk of plastic pollution and the resulting harms has escalated, particularly with the increasing production of large volumes of accumulated waste that is difficult to dispose of. Plastic pollution is not only a threat to humans; it also poses a threat to marine species, who pay the price for humans' excessive use of plastic. Is it possible that scientific development will come to a halt at the point where plastic can no longer be manufactured without looking for solutions to its pollution and accumulation? Obviously not.