The Hiriya recycling park is one of the largest facilities that push the recycling in the world. Located in Ariel Sharon Park, East of Tel Aviv, Israel, has around 900 hectares. This space has become a symbol of renovation of the Israeli society.
This park shows the best rehabilitation landfills since it has a plant that uses biological subsystems to reduce the weight of city wastes by a 90 per cent and thus producing biogas that generates energy.
This year they installed a tire recycling plant, another for construction materials and another that turns cut branches in the soil furnace, which is more used than the Lawn, which consumes much water.
The Environment Minister, Gilad Ardan, assured that “Israel is rapidly growing with the recycling standards of developed countries.” A clear example is the central of visitors, whose furniture’s are made with tires, bottles and cans. It is expected that by 2020 it becomes one of the largest urban parks of the world.