>>Companies that collect recyclable materials<<
The companies' new exclusive partner will hopefully enable the placement of upto 1,000 machines in strategic locations across Bahrain.
Locations to find the Gvision Machines
- Adhari Park
- Al Commodor Hotel - block 321 Qudaibiya
- Al Hala Club - Muharraq
- Al Hekma school - Isa Town
- Al Iman schools
- Al Jabriya suits (Condo Hotel) - Juffair
- Al Moayyed international group -Manama
- Al Wisam School - Abu Saiba
- AOU Arab Open University - Aali
- APG school Arabian Pearl Gulf School - Bilad al Qadeem
- Bahrain Bayan school - Isa Town
- BDF Bahrain Defence Force - East Riffa
- Bahrain National Holding Tower - Seef
- Blue Shark Gym - Riffa (ramez)
- CH9 Lagoon Amwaj
- Civil Service Bureau - Near Al Fateh Mosque
- Durrat al Bahrain
- Hawar International School - Riffa
- Ibn Khuloon National school - Isa Town
- Isa Airbase
- Ministry Of Education Headquarters - Isa Town
- Ministry Of the Interior - Manama
- Nadeen School - Manama
- Nasseem international school - Riffa
- Pakistan school - Isa Town
- Reef Island
- Royal University for Women - Riffa
- Shaikha Hessa Girls' school -Riffa
- Swiss International Hotels & resorts - Gudaibiya Avenue
- The Bahrain Mall -Seef
>>Bahrain Environment Service Society <<
The project was financed by the private sector and supported by UNEP and the environment Affairs Directorate. UNEP provided technical support and guidance.
The ladies have now become an independent company, focusing on recycling of all items and providing jobs for Bahraini's.
They now employ mostly Bahraini nationals who collect different materials to be recycled from many schools, governmental departments, private companies and individuals.
Able to supply recycle skips (at cost) and make arrangements to collect it any frequency you desire.
Collected are the following:
- Any type of clean scrap Plastic
- Any type of clean carton and paper
- Any type of clean aluminum and scrap metal
- Used printer cartridges
- E-waste (obsolete IT equipment etc)
Containers for bigger amount of recyclable items can be requested from:
Ms. Wadjiha :39224543
Passing On the Gift
We have all needed a helping hand in our lives. Start a cycle of positive change by helping others as you have been helped. The giving spirit grows exponentially with each person it impacts
- Can be given in honor of a friend or a loved one.
- Can be made easily and quickly online.
- Is tax deductible.
- Supports the international programs that need it most.
>>Alfa Express Co. W.L.L Paper/Carton/plastic/metals<<
Alfa Express Co. WLL is operating in Bahrain to assist the
regional needs of waste management.
Their main objective is to venture in a profitable and
eco-friendly business to create an easy, hassle free approach to recycling which
everyone can get involved in with the ultimate goal of greatly reducing the
waste that is needlessly being sent to local landfills and creating an
environment we are all proud to live in.
Alfa Express Co. WLL believes in business ethics and corporate social responsibility.
They are proud to employ handicapped regional workforce.
They support regional charitable institutions like Al Bayan and
Quran Care that recycle for charity.
Together with their expertise and their commitment, they try to do their bit for charity.
They have received special recognition from the labour ministry and numerous charitable institutions.
If you are in business, you need a recycling program that is flexible and hassle-free – a service that provides the right type of recycling equipment to best fit your business need
They have a fleet of more than 25 trucks plying across Bahrain giving satisfactory services round the clock,7 days a week to the clients for their waste disposal.
Alpha Express role is to provide the commercial sector with waste management systems to suit the client’s specific recycling needs. This includes a wide range of bins, containers, cages and compactors. Our standard one point collection service for the recyclables will be provided free of charge.
They offer the client a chance to support their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Corporate Environmental Responsibility (CER) through sponsoring our recycling program for the domestic sector and advertising their involvement with Alpha Express
With the support from the commercial sector, the homes will be provided with a suitable recycling bin for the separation of the recyclables. There will be set days for the collection of the recyclables. All you have to do is place the tagged black bags outside your front door as per the provided schedule and they will collect free of charge.
With support from the commercial sector, the schools will be provided with suitable internal recycling bins for the separation of all recyclables. An effective one point collection system will be implemented with a regular collection service provided free of charge.
Contact: Mr. Srinivas (Mobile : 36401601)
Want2Recycle is a sister concern of Alfa Express Co. WLL & Paper Chase International INC. operating in Bahrain to assist the regional needs of waste management
Mina Salman Industrial Area:
Kingdom of Bahrain
Tel 17699026, 36401801, 36401601, 36429255
>>Falcon Waste Paper Paper & Carton Ma'ameer<<
Falcon Waste Paper
They are professional paper and carton collectors, and have more than hundred sites from where they collect.
based (Ma'ameer) waste paper recycling unit focused on saving the
They collect paper all over Bahrain. While most of their operation rely on collection of free waste paper, they are also open to negotiating to purchase good quality waste paper.
>>Perfect Paper Recycling FZC (buyer of paper) UAE<<
>>Bahrain Contract Cleaning<<
Bahrain Contract Cleaning is the leading recycling company having 30 years experience in the field.
They recycle cartons, paper, all kind of plastic, Styrofoam, etc.
They have a contract with Municipalities to participate in their upcoming community recycling projects that is going to create a great impact in the way people think about environment.
Having large number fleets and staffs, they currently serve most of the major markets in Bahrain.
Closely associated with some of the charity organizations in their drive for recycling for charity
Collection boxes are placed free of charge throughout Bahrain with new recycling bins
Mr. Ajay Kumar (Operations Manager) Tel. 39125578
Mr. Ratheesh Poozhiyil (General Manager) Tel. 39468685
Mr. Hammed AlMajid (Managing Director) Tel. 39468668
E-mail: [email protected]
* To get a recycling bin in the neighborhood, there are no cost involved. All that one should call one of the numbers above or email us your requirement . One can also contact them throug their website or our Facebook page
The only criteria for providing this bin is to find suitable place to serve maximum number of people.
* There are no cost involved and it is absolutely free.
* Initially we clear these bins on weekly basis and if any point of time the bin get full prior to our service day, anyone call us on our number and we will clear it immediately .
* Paper and cardboard will undergo a semi recycling process here in our factory and then export them for final recycling whereas all kind of plastic is fully recycled in our factory in Bahrain and recycled materials become raw materials for many factories in Bahrain.
Locations bins of Contract Cleaning
Locations bins of Contract Cleaning
- Bahrain University - Sakir 4 bins
- Bab Al Bahrain 3 different locations
- Gudaibiya -
- Salmaniya Park
- Andalus Park
- Road 2444 Near Hani building
- Road 2441, Near Orange Tower
- Road no. 2442, Near Bahrain Speciality Hospital
- Close to Oasis Tower
- Next to 100 Residence Building
- Ras al Ruman
- near Ashraf's
- East Riffa
- Muharraq near MC Donalds
- Saar secondary school for girls
- Zallaq next to Midway market
Drop off locations around Bahrain
The following are locations where you can drop off recycling check back regularly for updates.
If you know of any place in Bahrain where bins are placed please contact me so I can include these here on the website so more are able to find them and make use of them
management, has been established to oversee the development and monitoring of environmental, objectives and targets, set to ensure compliance with
legal requirements and the company’s Environment, Health and
The Hazardous Waste Management Committee’s function is to ensure
that all hazardous waste generated within Bapco is identified, managedand disposed off in an environmentally sound manner and in accordance with national and international regulations.
Bapco has an ongoing program for paper, cardboard, and printer and
copier cartridges recycling.
This program also involves the Awali community where a dedicated Awali Recycling Committee has been in place since early 1990.
Location of Bins for clean paper, metal and plastic are next to the NBB National Bank of Bahrain
>>Parents and friends of disabled (plastic bottles)<<
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]
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
A normal wheelchair
costs much less than a customized one. “We can buy customized
wheelchairs after collecting around 12-15 tons of plastic,”
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 Bahrain.
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 Busheiri Gardens
Monday,Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Saturday: 09:00 to 17:00
Sunday 14:00 to 19:00
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 Bahrain and carries used, ethnic, traditional & western clothing as well as children's toys and books, household items and linens, a large selection of books, and many other miscellaneous items.
The Thrift Shop is situated in the Busheri Gardens compound just off the Budaiya Highway, opposite the Wholesale Restaurant.
Cat Society of Bahrain: 17695848
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, Budaiya Road, between the Bookcase and the Good Life Gallery.
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.
»Thrift Centre, St Christopher's Cathedral, Manama«
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, Manama (to the office or the Caretaker)
Location and Phone numbers:
The Charity Centre is located in the St. Christopher’s Cathedral premises in Manama.
For further details you may contact 17253866
»Poor of St. Anthony, Sacred Heart Church«
Better known as POSA
Building 329 Isa Al Kabeer Avenue manama
Alternative recycling options
Helping Hands Bahrain
Was started 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 US.
In Bahrain, dozens of people are motivated to give to the cause.
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
* Hamad town: 17410444/ 17415150
* Manama : 17256000
* Busaiteen: 17334774
* Samahij : 17470177
* Magaba : 17695100
* Budaiya : 17693830
* BarBar: 17692555
* Shahrakan: 17440155
* Boori : 17641552/17643477
* Bukawara(Riffa): 17770225
* 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* Arad charity work fund: fax 17466273
Jawad Dome BarBar (batteries)
Mobile phone recycling
Manama – 13 Oct 2015
Zain Bahrain, the most innovative telecom operator in the Kingdom, expands its successful e-Waste Recycling Campaign with the support of the Supreme Council for Environment, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
With an aim to promote a healthy environment and urge people to contribute and participate in the campaign, Zain Bahrain has placed boxes in the UNDP office along with Zain Bahrain’s Headquarters. The company are planning to expand the scope of its environmental CSR initiative by locating boxes in various schools and universities in the Kingdom.
“We aim to expand our reach and encourage the public to become more responsible and take a step towards a more eco-friendly society.” commented Corporate Communications Manager, Samya Hussein from Zain Bahrain.