The Recycling Factory
The Yehuda Steel factory is the largest factory for recycling steel scrap, and in it steel scrap has been recycled since 1995, on a scale of 250,000 tons of steel a year. Since its foundation the group has succeeded in recycling and making serviceable almost 6.5 million tons of scrap, that have been recycled and smelted into constructional steel.
The Yehuda Group − The largest recycler in Israel
The Yehuda Group operates in cooperation with companies that collect scrap, and purchases steel scrap from them. Together with those companies (factories, public institutions such as the Ministry of Defense, the JNF, municipalities, etc.) the group clears up the country from steel scrap, and as a result scrap does not accumulates at the road sides.
The group also supports the advancement of the Vehicles Scrapping Law (scrapping of old vehicles) in order to advance the disposal of scrap. The aim of the law is to reduce the emission of smoke from old vehicles and thus aid in improvement of the quality of the air that we breathe.
The recycling of iron waste materials into quality steel permits the Yehuda Group to supply steel for many varied projects, such as the Moshe Aviv tower − "the City Gate" (Ramat Gan), Larenson water desalination plant (Ashkelon), the third track neighborhood for Ashtrom (Tel Aviv), the Mount Scopus tunnel for Solel Boneh (Jerusalem), Savionei Givatayim for Dania Sibus, Beersheba College for Daluya, Partner House in the Afek Park for BST, Natbag 2000 and Airport City for Zali Mizrah, the Seven Stars Shopping Mall for Danny Vanuno (Herzliya), water purification installations (Kiryat Gat), and Timorim for Kal Binyan Termek, Eretz Israel Museum (Tel Aviv), Azorim Park, etc. In addition production of material for the construction of bridges and buildings throughout the country for the best building companies.
The Yehuda Group believes in the maintenance of green industry and consequently it preserves the environment during the entire process of the production of standard constructional steel.