IPEN & BAN Report Finds Some of the Most Hazardous Substances on Earth in Ghana's Food Chain 2019-04-24 16:17:55 European E-Waste Causing Catastrophic Levels of Toxins in African Free Range Eggs The dire human consequences of food chain contamination from highly toxic plastics in waste in Ghana, which includes toxic e-waste shipped from Europe, have been exposed by new research from IPEN and Basel Action Network. read more ... Plastic Recycling Initiative Debuts at CEO Meeting in Kigali, Rwanda 2019-03-26 14:34:32 Consumer Goods Firms Launch Plastics Recycling Africa Alliance In a bid to reduce the problem of plastic waste across Africa, a number of international consumer goods companies operating across the continent came together to launch the Africa Plastics Recycling Alliance today. read more ... EU Funded SWITCH Africa Green Initiative for Sustainable Development 2018-11-20 13:50:42 VIDEO: Recycling Pallets into Mobile Market Stalls in Ghana SWITCH Africa Green, an initiative to support sustainable development in six countries in Africa, has published a video outlining a project to recycle wooden pallets into new products. read more ... 1400 TPD Energy from Waste Plant First in Africa 2018-08-24 15:14:15 VIDEO: Reppie Waste to Energy Plant Opens in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Africa’s first waste to energy facility, dubbed Reppie, has officially opened in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. read more ... The Reppie Energy from Waste Plant 2017-08-11 11:07:18 VIDEO: Ethiopia’s 50 MW Waste to Energy Plant Nears Completion A video tour of the 50 MW waste to energy plant currently under construction in Addis Addaba, Ethiopia by Jack Bennet, a Chemical Engineering at the University of Bath. read more ... Country Cosults on Nationally Determined Contribution’s to the Paris Agreement. 2017-05-02 11:13:54 Ricardo Workshop on Rwanda’s Waste to Energy Climate Change Plans Environmental consulting firm, Ricardo, has delivered a workshop on implementing Rwanda’s Paris Agreement contribution, including the construction of a waste to energy plant in the capital, Kigali. read more ... $120m Energy from Waste Plant to Power 30% of Addis Ababa Households 2017-03-09 11:58:39 VIDEO: 50MW Waste to Energy Plant Part of Sustainable Development Plans in Ethiopia A 50 MW waste to energy facility is under construction in Addis Ababa following the $120 million deal between the Ethiopian Electric Power Corporation and Cambridge Industries. read more ...
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