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Waste Segregation And Recycling Bins in Qatar

As MCC Qatar is a provider of the Waste Segregation and Recycling Bins in Qatar, we want to share with you the guidance to separate waste paper, plastic, metal, or glass collection.

Public and private waste collectors must follow the regulation on collecting particular wastes separately.

Waste collectors

If you collect waste, you may need to set up separate collections of waste for:

  • paper (includes card and cardboard)
  • plastic
  • metal
  • glass

This means collecting these four wastes separately from each other and from other wastes. This applies to commercial (trade), industrial, and household waste.

You must do this to increase the:

  • quantity of waste for recycling
  • quality of recycled material (by lowering the level of contamination)

You should help businesses producing waste to avoid putting paper, plastic, metal, or glass in the same container as their general waste. You can contact MCC Qatar, a Waste Segregation and Recycling Bins provider in Qatar, to get more details.

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Keeping separately collected dry recyclables apart

You must not mix collected paper, plastic, metal, or glass separately with other materials with different properties.

You must do this if it is necessary to help prepare waste for reuse, recycling, or other recovery operations.

Conditions where this requirement does not apply

The requirement not to mix separately collected paper, plastic, metal, or glass does not apply where:

  • Wastes were collected co-mingled, for example, plastic and metal together.
  • mixing certain types of waste results in output which is of comparable quality to that achieved through keeping waste separate
  • doing so does not give the best environmental outcome, considering the overall environmental impacts of managing the relevant waste streams
  • it is not technically feasible, considering good practices in waste collection

Another condition where this requirement does not apply is if it would lead to disproportionate economic costs, taking into account:

  • the costs of adverse environmental and health impacts of mixed waste collection and treatment
  • the potential for efficiency improvements in waste collection and treatment
  • revenues from sales of secondary raw materials
  • the application of the ‘polluter pays’ principle and extended producer responsibility
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