Private companies that have in-house recycling projects
1. First Bahrain Real Estate Development Company
First Bahrain is an innovative real estate investment company.
Dedicated to achieving sustainable returns through collaborative relationships,
In house recycling of paper, Plastic, Aluminum
First Bahrain is a brand driven organization.
That is, their business is focused on delivering on their brand promise.
As an organization they are committed to developing in line with our values and achieving their stated mission and objectives.
T +973 17567555
F +973 17567556
Their team of experienced consultants can assist your organisation in the following areas:
Company formation; Company secretarial; Business advisory; Fund administration; Share registry; Fundamental accounting services; and
Keypoint Consulting W.L.L.
24th Floor, NBB Tower,
P O Box 11718
Kingdom of Bahrain
E-mail: [email protected]
They recycle Paper Plastic and Aluminum
3. BMMI Manama
BMMI owns and operates Alosra Supermarket, the anchor store of the Najibi Centre community mall, located in the upmarket Saar / Budaiya family neighbourhood of the
It also operates an Alosra Express on the Islands of Amwaj and plans are in place to open more Alosra Express outlets across
BMMI is the premier beverages company in the Kingdom of Bahrain, providing the highest levels of quality, value and service.
The Company is a major distributor, wholesaler and retailer for many of the world’s leading agencies and household name brands of beers, spirits, wines, champagnes and other alcoholic beverages
BMMI Corporate Office
PO Box 828
812 Shaikh Jaber Al Ahmed Al Subah Highway
Kingdom of Bahrain
Tel: + 973 17746111
Fax: + 973 17744740
in Bar Bar (just past BBK) has wooden composting bins made out of recycled wood (10bd)
Society’s Main Activities
- Develop the engineering knowledge of newly graduated Arab Engineers.
- Providing places in various Conferences/Workshops/Seminars, free of cost and at reduced rates.
- Organizing International and Regional Conferences and Exhibitions.
- Organizing Seminars and Workshops on Engineering subjects.
- Organizing Lectures and Technical Visits for members.
- Organizing and issuing leaflets, booklets, journals, research studies, newsletters and conference proceedings during conferences.
- Providing employment services for members through received offers and approved programmes.
- Offering financial aid to members for training and development purposes within the Society’s financial constraints.
- Organizing public relations and information –related activities by publishing the Al-Mohandis Journal and issuing press releases to the local press.
- Providing Forums and opportunities for the exchange of engineering and scientific information
5. Bahrain Association for Parents and Friends of the Disabled
Recycle your Plastic Bottles to help buy Wheelchairs for disabled in Bahrain Don’t Throw It Away!!!
It Can Be Used In Some Other Way!!!
Help with the collection of Plastic bottles and caps to be replaced with customized wheel-chairs for the benefit of persons with disabilities
Drop your empty plastic bottles to Bahrain Association for Parents and Friends of the Disabled located in Adliya opposite Alumni Club (Nadi AlKhaleej).
Plastic recycling bin is available in that location.
The also collect waste paper to generate more money for their worthwhile projects
Address: Flat #1, Building 637, Road 3625, Adliya 336
For more information contact 39663639
Email: [email protected]
“A number of people have donated many bags filled with plastic and Tatweer, Golden Tulip, eGovernment Abdul Rahman Kanoo School, French School, Bahrain Polytechnic and College of Health and Science in Salmaniya have donated thousands of bottles by dropping in bags every week,”A normal wheelchair costs much less than a customized one. “We can buy customized wheelchairs after collecting around 12-15 tons of plastic,”
Alternative recycling options
Helping Hands Bahrain
Was started 9 years ago (2002) by Mrs. Salma Bala and a group of like-minded souls.
(Unfortunately for us she has left Bahrain to retire in Hydrabad-India)
Mrs Bala has also been a prominent member of the Migrant Workers Protection Society (MWPS) and has managed to talk several people out of suicide bids after receiving calls in the middle of the night.
Her work has led to her being worshipped by people of all nationalities and was once described as Bahrain’s Mother Teresa.
Over the years Mrs Bala and her angels of mercy have also provided provisions for hundreds of labourers whose camps have been ravaged by fires, galvanising support through the local press
In winter they bring warm clothes, bedding and heaters, and in the summer they distribute water, air-conditioning units and cold drinks.
She has also helped hundreds of young maids who find themselves in terrifying situations here, as well as local Bahraini families who are in need.
Scores of people and organisations have been inspired by her work and have offered their support. Some have even followed her lead.
Two women who used to work with her have started similar projects in Dubai and the
Helping Hands only accepts donations of supplies or time, but not
money. Those that want to do so please call:
Gita Khrisnan : 39683130
Rasila : 39467494
Ebbie : 39821066
They try to find families or labour camps that might be able to put pieces of used furniture, old computers, mattresses, pillows, etc to use, for clothes however they don"t have storage facilities
There are however several other Thrif-shops Charity funds and Mosques around Bahrain, that welcome them.
Charity funds in Bahrain
* Hamad town: 17410444/ 17415150
* Busaiteen: 17334774
* Samahij : 17470177
* Magaba : 17695100
* Budaiya : 17693830
* BarBar: 17692555
* Shahrakan: 17440155
* Boori : 17641552/17643477
* Abuquwah : 17401510
* Karrana : 17596688
* Janoosan: 17595916
* Karbabad: 17583116
* Sitra: 17736444/ 17736131
* Jaw: 17840050
* Al Muharraq: 17330464/17333123/ 17342321
* Bani Jamrah: 17697444
* Al Quraya: 17697444
* Al Janabiya: 17793336
* Isa Town: 17682686/ 17685306/ 17682687
* Al Hamala : 17601514
* Al Westa: 17626140
* Aali Housing:17643833
* Al Mahooz: 17716899
* Al Juffair: 17825161
* Al Hidd : 17671718
* Al Muqshaa: 17596596
* Al Qadam : 17593095
* Al Hajar: 17591762
* Al Shakoora: 17595093
* Nabeeh Saleh: 17737474
* Belad Al Qadeem: 17270012
* Umm AlHassam: 17741178
* Jid Al Haj: 17592040*
Thrift shops around Bahrain
House 509 B (see map just after the gate in Awali)
Contact A.Keates for information: 39629580
8:30 am – 10:30 am SUNDAYS
8:30 am – 10:30 am TUESDAYS Holidays - not open
Run by Volunteers and all proceeds go to charities in
All donations will be great accepted and can be delivered at the Thrift Shop on the above days during opening time.
Special collection arrangements can only be made by calling them.
The things we will accept are household goods, electrical items must be in good working order, all mens, ladies & children items, linens and small furniture items such as coffee tables, kids stools, chairs, pushchairs, toys etc.
(BSPCA) Thrift Shop, 6
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 09:00 to 12:00
Sunday :15:00 to 17:00
If the Sanctuary is the heart of the BSPCA then the Thrift Shop is its lifeline!
The main fundraising for the society goes on day in, day out, week in, week out by a group of dedicated ladies who give up their time voluntarily to run the Shop, which is by far the Society's main source of regular income.
The Thrift Shop is the largest in
The Thrift Shop is situated in the
»Thrift Centre, St Christopher's Cathedral,
THE CHARITY CENTRE
Clean, gently used, seasonal clothing, accessories, shoes, books, toys, linen, towels, household items and appliances, etc.
All items are sorted on the basis of
For sale - Proceeds are used for charitable purposes
For the needy – labour camps, villages, families and emergencies such as victims of fire
ECC volunteers help sort, shelve items, hang clothing and run the shop.
The Charity Centre is open for business on
Friday 03:00 p.m. to 05:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Should be delivered to the St. Christopher’s Cathedral,
Location and Phone numbers:
The Charity Centre is located in the St. Christopher’s Cathedral premises in
For further details you may contact39440319 or 17253866
Cat Society of
Items includes children's , women's and men's clothing, toys, household items, books, etc.
Come on down and have a browse... we're open every
Monday from 10am - 12 noon
Friday from 4pm - 6pm
Second Chance is situated on the CSBPA's official premises at Tibra's pet store,
All proceeds from Second Chance will go to help support the Charity Committee in its unwavering efforts to care for stray, abandoned and abused animals.
A non-profit global network that aims to help needy people and benefit the environment.
It seeks to reduce waste, save precious resources and the burden on landfill sites by offering users to either ask for or offer items FREE OF CHARGE.
The network is made up of many individual groups across the globe Bahrain being one of them.
You can give away unwanted items by posting them on the groups page, but you can also acquire something by either replying to the offer or by posting what you need.
Individuals that recycle
Recycle organic waste, metal cans, aluminum cans, paper, plastic, scarp metal, carton, glass, batteries (needs someone to take it off them)
Recycle Paper, carton, Plastic, Aluminum, Metal cans, and glass as soon as they have confirmed to get it collected
3. Buhamoud Family in
Recycle Paper, carton, plastic, aluminum, metal, (glass since she read here that it can be recycled again)
4. Mrs. Al Masri and Family
5. The Madan Family (Madinat Hamad)
Recycle paper, carton, metal cans, plastic and will start with glass since it will be possible to have it recycled again.
6. Mr. Saleh and Family from Muharraq
Recycle Paper, Plastic, Aluminum and glass
7. Mr. Mohanna A Mohanna of
Recycle paper, carton, aluminum and metal cans, plastic and glass.
8. Ms. Mara Mustapha and family
Recycle paper, carton, plastic, metal and aluminum cans.
9. Sayeed Family (Awali)
Besides recycling paper, carton, plastic, metal and aluminum cans they also recycle kitchen water for the garden and compost all kitchen and garden organics
Would like to to see included Include glass and batteries.
Suggests to compost organics in
10. Forum Member Mrs. Latifa from
Recycles paper and carton in Riffa and Hamad town
Raw left overs and food scraps are going into compost boxes.
Ground egg shells, are going all over her little garden and pot plants.
Papers to the local school well and now I hope to bring my plastic bottles and glass to the recycling-banks dotted on the
11. Mrs. Fatima Ahmed and Family from
Recycle paper carton plastic and metals
12. The Cortez Family from Al Jasra
13. Mr. Andrew Knoedler working in
Recycles paper plastic cans and glass
14. Forum member Maria a Indian school student recycles paper and plastic items on a small scale at home.
She does this by reusing items for making up something new ...by using materials as magazine papers, news papers, cartons, cans, glass n plastic bottles ...and any other usable item to be thrown away...and would love to be a part in saving our environment (well girl you are doing a great job already keep it up).
15. Forum Member Tina and family
Recycles Paper, paper, Plastic, Aluminum, Metal cans and glass
she's taking some ideas and habits from Belgium to Bahrain.
She has studied Tourism and now is studying in Bahrain polytechnic
26.Hussain Galadari of Jidd Ali
Recycles Plastic, Aluminum, Metal cans
He told me:
At work, I noticed a lot of paper gets tossed in the garbage. few steps away we have a recycling container. I wonder why people don’t take the additional steps to help reduce waste. Is it weird that I always pull out the paper waste from the garbage and move it to recycling? I get a little embarrassed when people catch me doing this, but I always follow it up with a comment like, “I’m a recycler.”
27. Fatima Abdali - from AlShakhura
recycles Paper, Plastic, Aluminum, Metal cans and glass
28. Kevin J. Denecke from Juffair
Recycles at home and would like to know resources available to encourage others to recycle. Paper, Plastic, Aluminum, Metal cans
29. Sandra Short and Family from Riffa Views
recycle Paper,Plastic, Aluminum, Metal cans and glass