Monday, 9 November 2009

The Middle East Is In Need Of Innovative Waste Management Solutions

Lucky Group, A Metal Recycling Company In Dubai, Responds To The Increasing Quantities Of Recyclable Waste Being Generated In Middle Eastern Countries

The Middle East has progressed immensely through the last couple of decades to the extent of being one the most presentable places on the globe. The amazing architectural structures and heavenly man-made islands entirely support this fact. But the economic growth of the emirates has simultaneously led to an increase in waste management challenges. Lucky Group is aware of this problem. They are also aware that the problem of improper waste management is a global issue.




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Lucky Group firmly believes and also wants every Gulf citizen to understand that recycling is the key to saving depletable resources. Reusing and recycling metals not only saves up resources for future generations, but also reduces the consumption of energy and decreases pollution. Recycling also serves as an economic source of material.


Waste management needs to become an important practice in everyday living. Recycling and reusing materials are two of the best solutions that any person has the power to achieve. Thus, together with other environmentally concerned corporations, Lucky Group plans to improve the amount of metal being recycled in the Middle East every year.


Lucky Group contributes to several other environmentally conscious industries world wide as a metal recycling and alloy manufacturing company in Dubai. Their mission is to cater to the specific scrap metal requirements of their customers and simultaneously expand their supplies by creating strategic alliances with key suppliers. Lucky Group’s scarp metal recycling interests are handled by their flagship company Lucky Recycling and their associate company Fortune Metals established in Toronto, Canada.


For more information on Lucky Group’s metal recycling initiatives and services, visit their website: www.luckygroup.com.

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