Kiverco supports Middle East company’s circular economy drive

By Steve Ducker23 February 2022

Northern Ireland company Kiverco was appointed as a specialist plant provider by UAE based company Dulsco to supply a material recovery facility (MRF) plant to support the customer’s vision to transform its waste into reusable and recycled products.

Kiverco Dulsco installation The MRF has a capacity of 80,000 t per year. (Photo: Kiverco)

Kiverco, a leader in engineering and manufacturing, was selected by Dulsco, an integrated solutions provider and the Official Waste Management Partner for Expo 2020 Dubai, to design, manufacture, install and commission a complete turnkey solution to help divert waste from landfill.

The MRF, in Dubai, is a recycling processing plant with a capacity of 80,000 t per year and forms a key component of the company’s comprehensive environmental solutions offering.

This project, showcasing Kiverco’s engineering and manufacturing credentials to the world, has helped the company - a leader in the design, build and installation of recycling solutions globally - grow its overseas business by more than 600% in the past year alone.

The waste separation plant is capable of sorting 240 t of multiple waste streams a day.

“By designing and building this recycling solution, Kiverco has provided great support to Dulsco,” said Dulsco commercial director Gavin McQuillan.

“The establishment of this new plant is perfectly aligned with our mission of creating more sustainable communities and emphasises our continued commitment towards creating a circular economy.”

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