Seashore Recycling

Seashore waste Management Division is an ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System, Certified Company managed by professionals and experienced workers successfully serving the national & international clients while fully complying with Industrial Quality & Safety and Environmental standards. This operation is a part of Seashore’s total commitment to our environment, avoiding global resource depletion by incorporating innovative and scientific waste management. We always promote Green Building.

We extend comprehensive waste management services and have played a significant role in the growth and development of Qatar especially Ras laffan Industrial City, Mesaeed industrial city. As a major player in the waste management sector, Seashore has the capability to meet environmental needs in waste management and its disposal. Our service helps customers to manage their waste in an environmentally responsible manner. We possess all the requisite Municipality/MOE permits for handling all categories of waste. The custom designed waste trucking fleet and equipment makes our job easier and faster.

Our service is focused, concise and all aspects of the jobs are handled professionally, economically and in total compliance with all regulatory requirements.

We provide “one stop-solution” in waste management sector starting from its scratch, placing the bin for collection, transportation, segregation, recycle, treatment and final disposal to secured landfills. Our segregation yard at Ras laffan, Al Khor, Mesaieed does the segregation job with ease and thus promoting scientific waste management in line with waste streams. Industrial cleaning services and support services are carried out with high end safety and environmental standards

Our Services at a Glance

  • Solid Waste Management (Hazardous & Non-hazardous) Liquid Waste management
  • Supporting Services (Supply of potable water, Sewage pulling etc) Logistics and Transportation
  • Services
  • Industrial Cleaning Services
  • Technical consultancy Services in Waste Management