ACI Fosters Payment of School Fees with Recyclables – Kickstart “RecyclesPay” Program in a Low-Income School in Ajegunle, Lagos

by ACI Admin. African Clean-Up Initiative (ACI), an environmental Non-Governmental Organisation has launched ‘RecyclesPay’ – a Back2School initiative that allows parents pay their children’s school fees with recyclable materials. Do you know that Nigeria is ranked as having the highest number of Out-of-School children in the world? It is imperative for all relevant stakeholders to […]

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From Football Legend to Waste Management Legend: Cameroon’s Roger Milla to Open Second Plastic Waste to Ecological Pavings Facility in Douala, Cameroon

The renowned Cameroonian football legend, Roger Milla through his association named “Coeur d’Afrique” has since 2015 been actively involved in the recycling of plastic waste that pollutes the environment of Yaounde, Cameroon into ecological pavings. The pavings have been alleged to be more resistant than the cement-made pavings. For the past two years, the association has […]

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The City of Yaoundé, Republic of Cameroon Calls for International Invitation to Tender for Waste Management Service

The City of Yaoundé has called for an international invitation to tender for waste management services in a bid to upgrade the city’s waste management solution. According to a recent report by Tchaptchet published in Tunza Eco Generation, solid waste generated in Yaoundé varies in quantities, types, humidity, and density based on days of the week and […]

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5 Challenges Prohibiting Smooth Waste Disposal in Agege Local Government Area, Lagos State

Waste management is the collection, keeping, treating and disposal of waste. In every metropolitan city around the world, proper waste management has always been a subject of concern, so is the case of Agege Local Government. Congested areas like Pen Cinema, Oja, Otubu, Stadium, are few examples of areas with the lack of a proper […]

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Visionscape – A Patient Treating His Doctor.

When Visionscape invited licensed Private Sector Participators (PSPs) for outsourcing of short-haul transportation of municipal waste within Lagos yesterday, Monday, the 12th day of February 2018, they advertised their incompetence, their inability to fulfill their contractual obligations for which they are celebrated as experts and to which our State Assembly unprecedentedly passed a law exclusive […]

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