The Caesarea dump site is located along a dirt road linking the Caesarea access road from the Pal Yam Junction and the local range (“Danny Hay”).
The site contained dry clumpy waste and building waste. The Caesarea Development Corporation, in conjunction with the Ministry of the Environment, launched a program for the rehabilitation and regularization of the site with a view to recycle most materials for new uses.
Olenik was chosen to perform the project works, including mining, excavation, separation and sorting of waste at the site, using all advanced technologies for recycling and repurposing materials.
The project was defined as one of the most talked-about environmental projects at the time, earing much accolade.