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Greenaxisng ♻️( Waste Recycling firm in Enugu) Aug 10
Nylons also called polyamides, When collected, the nylon polythene are sorted, dried, grind &fed into the recycling plant.This waste polythene is converted into very useful products such as shopping bags, waste disposal bags, wrapper nylons& laundry bags to
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Greenaxisng ♻️( Waste Recycling firm in Enugu) 22h
Bottles made of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) can be recycled & used to manufacture new bottles and containers, thermoform packaging, strapping and are also used in fiber applications such as carpet and apparel. Let's .
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Plogging Nigeria Aug 9
We launched Plogging Nigeria in 2018 as an event to mark the campaign with 17 members which has now seen rapid growth to more than 1200 members across 16 institutions...
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Greenaxisng ♻️( Waste Recycling firm in Enugu) Aug 7
What we do is to reduce the amount of waste that are going into landfills. We encourage individuals to separate their waste & give us the recyclables to .
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Greenaxisng ♻️( Waste Recycling firm in Enugu) Aug 4
Do you know Cartons are Recyclable? When sorted, cartons are turned into tissues, paper towels, writing paper or eco-friendly building materials. So why not embrace it rather than litter our environment.
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Recyclan Aug 11
Of the 8.3 billion metric tons that has been produced, 6.3 billion metric tons has become plastic waste. Of that, only 9% has been recycled. The vast majority 79% is accumulating in landfills or sloughing off in the natural environment as litter.
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Recyclan 2h
Think outside the TRASH... RECYCLE! ♻️
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Recyclan Aug 10
Even while our operations have expanded, our fundamental principles have remained the same. We remain committed to our fight against plastic waste pollution and ensuring the reduction of Carbon footprints. .
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Morgane Rivoal Aug 10
10 days left to apply to the and in Viet Nam&Thailand. welcome all innovators: CSOs, business, academia etc. Thank you for the great support in looking 4 ideas with impact!🐟💡
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AllianzGl Aug 10
The oceans represent more than 70% of the surface of our planet and contain 97% of its water. But today, they are in great danger, with plastic pollution causing environmental, health+economic problems. Help with us & .
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Michael Simire Aug 10
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UN Environment Programme Aug 4
🆕 guidelines aim to provide a structure for the methods of identifying plastic leakage ‘hotspots’, finding their impacts along the entire plastic value chain & then prioritising actions once these hotspots are identified:
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BRAVE Hinjawadi Aug 10
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IHE Delft 💧 where the water world meets Aug 4
💻 on starting 7 Sep 2020 - technological, organizational and legislative developments, practices and financial aspects - apply now! ➡️
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#LetMeBreathe ™ 😷 Aug 5
"Do you know what the hills didn't miss this summer? 👉 Plastic Pollution" This latest episode of takes you to Himachal Pradesh as it unlocks for tourism
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aquavitallc 4h
Protect your workforce, keep your social distance and still enjoy great tasting water with the new touchless, bottleless solution. Sign-up today
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SEA Belize 22h
Happy Tuesday! Here are some pictures of the creative work and presentations done by the kids at last week’s SEA Summer Camp in Independence Village last week.
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CentreFor EarthWorks Aug 10
. Even though packaging plays a critical role in maintaining the quality, safety and integrity of our products throughout the value chain. We should also consider it's effect to the environment. We can by adopting the use of biodegradable.
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Anish Chavan Aug 9
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