Qatar firm wins Green Era award

October 2018

Elite Recycling Paper, a leading paper manufacturing company in Qatar that recycles all types of waste paper, said it was recently honoured with the “Green Era” award in recognition of its commitment to global best practices in sustainability, environmental protection and innovative ideas.

The award was received by Abdulla Ibrahim Al Suwaidi, chairman of Elite Paper Recycling Qatar, in Rome, Italy, earlier this month in a huge celebration that brought together several companies, government institutions, global renewable energy companies and environmental bodies from more than 35 countries from around the globe, said a statement from the company.

The purpose of “The Green Era Award for Sustainability” is to recognise organisations, governmental institutions, and firms who have shown outstanding environmental achievements and sustainable practices.

Al Suwaidi said: “It is an honour and a great achievement for us to receive this award for sustainability from Other Ways Management Consulting, which I dedicate to Qatar. We are proud of being pioneers in paper recycling in Qatar and producing high quality recycled paper from waste paper and cardboard. Our motto of ‘reduce, re-use, recycle’ reflects our primary goal to spread the culture of recycling for the preservation of the environment and a greener sustainable world for the next generation.”

“The award will also motivate us to continue our serious and diligent efforts and develop our products in line with international markets,” he concluded.

The monthly production of Elite Paper Recycling Company exceeded 4,000 tonnes of papers per month due to its standing agreements with more than 250 schools, ministries and other private and public bodies, with more than 1,500 collection dumpsters in Qatar and a fleet of more than 100 trucks throughout the country doing corporate and home collections.

The company exports its paper products to Kuwait, Oman, China, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka at competitive prices, it stated.

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