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How we dispose off garbage

With over 2400 tonnes of waste being generated daily in Nairobi, it is very important to be innovative on how one disposes garbage while thinking of tomorrow

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This accounts to about 70% of the waste collected i.e. organic (Biodegradable) – for this category of waste, we work with a group of youths and few farmers who are doing pig farming. They are able to take all the biodegradable waste and re-use it. We also have partners who recycle the organic into organic fertilizer through aerobic composting.

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Bottles, plastics, paper, cartons, polythene and used cooking oils.

This accounts to about 20% of the waste collected and includes plastics, glass bottles, papers and other recyclable materials. We have identified Nema licensed recyclers who use it as raw materials. i.e. Kamongo, Chandaria, GN Polythene etc Used Cooking Oil is also recycled through the companies making soap.

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Residual waste

This accounts to about 10% of the waste collected. The residual waste is taken to the approved dumpsite / land fill. In some cases it can also be incinerated thus we are able to deal with all the waste 100%.

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