دراسة جدوى مصنع لتدوير البطاريات باستثمار 1.350 مليون دولار
Battery Recycling Factory with an Investment of $ 1.350 million
Battery Recycling Factory with an Investment of $ 1.350 million
The project is a factory to recycle used batteries through breaking them into medium-sized pieces by a breaker after discharging acids to extract products like lead and plastics from damaged batteries and redistribute them among the targeted sectors.
The project is a factory to recycle used batteries through breaking them into medium-sized pieces by a breaker after discharging acids to extract products like lead and plastics from damaged batteries and redistribute them among the targeted sectors. The project aims at sectors of plastic and lead factories, as well as the new battery factories. Battery recycling factory is characterized by using the best battery recycling production lines. Therefore, this project is one of the economically-important industries. Moreover, it helps in protecting the environment from the used battery risks. The project is from the highly profitable investment opportunities
- Plastic (from recycling)
- Lead (from recycling)
- رأس المال : 4 مليون ريال سعودى
- معدل العائد : 39%
- فتره الاسترداد : سنتين ونصف
Uses of Battery Recycling Factory Products
First: Lead Uses
- Lead is used in car batteries
- Lead is used in many dyes, colors and paints industries.
Second: Plastic Uses
- Plastic bottles industry
- Plastic pipes industry
- Houseware industries
- Packing and storing boxes industry
Advantages of Battery Recycling Factory: –
- To cover a part of the increased demand for lead and plastic products.
- To create new profitable investment opportunities.
- To achieve good return for the project’s owner.
- To achieve returns, good cash flows and added economic value.
- To use optimally the project’s resources and assets optimally.
- To achieve high-quality standard for the products provided.
- To maintain a competing price level that enables the project to obtain his targeted market share.
- Studying the idea, components, and nature of the project.
- Studying the products, and their specifications, components, and characteristics.
- Studying the project’s economic indicators, project site, and demographic indicators of the target market.
- Studying the order size, domestic product, and volume of imports and exports of the products provided by the project.
- Analysis of competitors, market gap of products, and the project portion in market. Also, make a SWOT Analysis of the project nature.
- Studying the marketing and promotional plan, and pricing and distribution plan of the project.
- Studying the costs of machines, equipment, apparatus, vehicles and instructions of the project.
- Studying the productive energy, supplying price quotations for machines, apparatus, and production lines, and studying the lines specifications and matching them to products manufacturing.
- Studying the project costs of raw materials, operating supplies, public expenditures, marketing expenses, promotion, selling fees, and direct and indirect salaries.
- Studying the organic structure of the project, the administrative structure, and job description of workers.
- Studying the investment costs of the project, conditions of financing, and financial structure.
- Studying project revenue and expectations of revenues for the next years.
- Studying the project financial statements during its operating. That studying contains the financial state, income statement, and cash flow.
- Studying project’s financial indicators and its financial analyst.
- Studying the project’s sensitivity analysis.
- The number of countries in which the study was done is 4 countries (Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman and Kuwait).
- The number of companies supplying production lines is 12 companies.
- The number of countries of the study is more than 15 countries (Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq, UAE, Djibouti, Turkey, Yemen, Egypt, Bahrain, Georgia, etc.)
- The number of companies supplying production lines, that have been dealt with in the quotations and production lines is more than 3000 companies (China – India – Turkey – Germany – Italy – Russia – Estonia – Latvia – Ukraine – Spain – America – Britain).
Recycling Sector in KSA
- KSA produces approximately 15 million tons of municipal solid waste annually; 1.4 kg per capita. It is expected that this number would be multiplied by 2033 to become 30 million tons annually. It’s worth mentioning that most of wastes are food remains; it constitutes 40-51%, plastic wastes and paper & paperboard wastes 5-17%, glass remains 3-5%, wood remains 2-8%, fabric remains 2-6% and iron remains 2-8%.
- Waste generation rates is increasing in the Saudi environment, as its estimated annual amount is 17 million tons produced by about 169 KSA city and village. The estimated annual amount of Gulf municipal solid waste is about 26 million tons. KSA part constitutes about 65% or 17 million tons annually; 667 kg per capita which is from the highest rates worldwide, as the annual rates in USA, UK and India are 776 per capita, 478 kg per capita and 38 kg per capita respectively. Experts said that the studies indicated that KSA construction waste rates amounts to 87% of total wastes. Other studies estimate the construction waste amount is about 45% of total wastes, while the waste amounts range between 10-30% in many advanced industrial states.
Recycling sector in the Sultanate of Oman
- Gulf annual solid waste reach about 80 million tons, 53% of it are Construction and demolition waste, while 33% are municipal solid wastes and 14% are industrial wastes.
- The Sultanate is new in the recycling sector, as it recycles only 26% of paper, 12% of plastics, 11% of metals and 5% of glass. However, some initiatives have lately started. Some governmental and non governmental entities contribute in implementing recycling projects in the sultanate and they are always seeking to develop recycling techniques, so that Oman would become greener, get rid of wastes and exploit it in recycling projects.
- With population of 4 million, the sultanate production of solid wastes increases to 1.6 million tons with more than 1.5 kg per capita daily, which is one of the highest rates worldwide.
- A high proportion of solid waste in the Sultanate of Oman consists of non-recyclable materials, with paper constituting 26%, plastics 12%, metals 11% and glass 5%.
- One of the Omani government priorities is solid waste management. The government developed a strategy to solve this problem in the sultanate as they are seeking to establish 16 ergonomically designed sanitary landfill, 65 waste transfer stations and 4 waste treatment stations in different regions of the sultanate.
- Many solid waste management facilities are being planned in many governorates of the sultanate, particularly in Muscat and Salalah, as Constructing these new landfills would pave the way to shutting authorized and unauthorized landfills down throughout the sultanate. However, a total investment of OMR 2.5 billion is required to put this waste management strategy in place
Recycling sector in the State of Qatar
- municipal solid waste is the second largest generator of waste in Qatar. Qatar State produces more than 2.5 million tons of waste annually, equivalent to 1.6 kg per capita daily where the waste amount had risen to 7000 tons daily, with nearly 60% of this waste is composed of organic materials, while the rest of it is recyclable, such as glass, metal, paper and plastic. Local municipalities are directly responsible for collecting solid wastes in Qatar through taking logistical steps of participating with certain entities in the private sector. These wastes are collected and transported by special large trucks that cover all Qatar.
- Qatar produces more than 7 thousand tons of solid waste daily; 30% of it are houses and markets waste.
- Expected waste reduction plans address the increase in recycling Qatar’s commercial and industrial waste via minimizing waste amounts sent to sanitary landfills to reach 64% down from 91%. Plans also aim to improve the amount of recycled household waste.
- Qatar government constructed local solid waste management center in the industrial city of Mesaieed. The project costs reached $ 2 million. The center was designed to restore the maximum amount of resources and energy from wastes by fixing segregation, treatment and recycling techniques, then transferring it into Energy. According to the goals of this strategy, it is expected that the center would minimize the local landfill-waste to reach 3%-5%, in order to reduce the percentage of wastes dumped by this way in general.
- according to the National Development Strategy in Qatar 2011-2016, Qatar is heading to adopt a multifaceted strategy to contain waste levels produced from residential, commercial and industrial sites as well as strengthening recycling plans. The State also intends to adopt the hierarchy of these plans, as the steps to be followed are: Preventing the hazards, reducing, reusing, recycling and generating energy out of these wastes. Dumping these wastes in landfills is the last option pursued.
- In the near future, Qatar is going to adopt a comprehensive plan for solid waste management, at which one of its most important agenda is to coordinate activities related to waste management in residential, industrial and commercial buildings as well as building and construction industry. The goal of these plans is to recycle 38% of solid waste, given that the recycled percentage doesn’t exceed 8% nowadays.
Recycling Sector in Kuwait
- Kuwait possesses huge number of used tires that are gotten rid in various illegal ways, such as burning, in landfills or at the sea; more than 13 thousand tires are burnt to extract small quantity of iron.
- There are 4 districts in Kuwait; Al-Jahraa, South of Ring road, Port of Mina Abdullah and Irhia where the number of tires increases annually. In 2013, the number of flat tires reached 900,673 down from 904.084. It then increased during 2015 to reach 1,019,220 flat tires, this means that there is an annual increase in the number of flat tires. This indicates that the flat tire market is promising and growing due to the high per capita income. Cars in Kuwait are also increasing annually, as the their number increased from (1,554,737) in 2011 to (1,925,168) in 2015, by an annual rate of 5%
- The total number of recycling establishments in Kuwait was 3 until the end of 2015. Worker number there is 1,218, with a total production value of KWD 19,632 thousand.
- Waste amounts received in landfills from April 2015 to March 2015 was 1,268,483 tons of household waste, 305,337 tons of agricultural waste and 342,581 tons of commercial and various waste.
- Moreover, Construction, solid, agriculture, commercial, hazardous medical wastes and flat tires reached 10,378,027 tons, 1,527,878 tons, 368,934 tons, 364,620 tons, 2,947,730 and 1,091,220 tons respectively, during 2015.
- Kuwait consumes between 1-1,2 million tires annualy; 80-100 thousand tires per month. Irhia waste and flat tire treatment costs range between KWD 1-15 million. There are 4 districts in Kuwait; Al-Jahraa, South of Ring road, Port of Mina Abdullah and Irhia