GAIA. 10 años de acción comunitaria para lograr soluciones de Basura Cero.
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The importance of preserving material quality and avoiding cross-contamination has become a common theme in many recent technical reports on recycling.
Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) funding for incineration and landfills currently represents a lost opportunity to reduce pollution and help improve the welfare and standards of living of some of the poorest people in the world. Additionally, this funding incentivizes the destruction of valuable resources that would otherwise have been recovered with significant climate benefits.
The International POPs Elimination Network (IPEN) asked whether free-range chicken eggs might contain U-POPs if collected near potential sources of U-POPs named by the Stockholm Convention. For sampling in Kenya Dandora dumpsite located in the Eastlands suburb of Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya was chosen. The eggs were collected from two sites bordering the Dandora dump.
As a waste management consultant, rarely do I come across another consultant’s report that not only delights and excites, but compels me to promote, disseminate, and speak-out about its findings. Such was the case several months ago when Dr. Jeffery Morris of Sound Resource Management, based in the State of Washington, responded to my request for information on quantifying the benefits of using finished compost.
Summary of a study. The study seeks to provide an overview of the critical issues regarding the management of municipal and medical waste in Nairobi, especially in respect of the potential danger of generating U-POPs in the process of burning such waste. The broader objective is to assist in the development of a comprehensive waste management strategy for the city and other urban areas in the country, in the context of the provisions of the Stockholm Convention on POPs.
Jahan-e-Kabari is a platform for sharing ideas and news about the informal recycling sector, on issues that impact informal waste recyclers- wastepickers, pheriwallas, thia walas, kabaris. This newsletter will knit ideas together to share with both the sector and the larger world of practitioners and interested persons and organizations. This issue focuses on waste-to-energy and waste pickers.
On July 2 and 3, 2009 100 waste pickers from across the country gathered for South Africa's First National Waste Picker Meeting. The waste pickers came from 26 landfills in seven of South Africa's nine provinces.
Meeting declaration from the first National waste pickers meeting in South Africa held in 2009. Includes the current challenges and the main goals.