EPA takes possession of old tires site to remove, recycle in many factories

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Used tires seen dumped

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 19: The Environment Public Authority on Friday took possession of the site of old tires from the Public Authority for Industry to complete the removal of tires in preparation for delivery to the Public Authority for Housing Welfare in accordance with the decisions of the Council of Ministers, reports Al-Rai daily.

The Director-General of the General Authority for Environment and Chairman of the Board of Directors Sheikh Abdullah Al-Ahmad said that the Authority received the site from PAI to complete the removal of tires, and thanked the ministry for its efforts during the previous years.

“The tires will be purged and handed over to the Public Authority for Housing Welfare within a period not exceeding one year.

These tires will be transferred to factories that use them in certain industries, or they will be used in Kuwait Cement Company to convert it to energy,” he said.

Regarding the number of existing tires that the Authority will recycle, he said, “Today, it ranges from 20 to 40 million tires, and we will be able to deal with them all within a period of not more than a year, and there are initiators who want to deal with these tires.”

He concluded by saying: “We will cooperate with the Kuwait Municipality and the Public Authority for Industry, to finish the landfill of the tire in a quick period, and delivered.”

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