The aggressive growth in E-waste has negative environmental impacts and most people are oblivious of the Impacts. The E-waste recovery challenge is aimed at creating awareness of the e-waste menace and to encourage safe disposal of e-waste. It will also promote circular economy in e-waste through reduction, reuse, recycling and safe disposal.
The Ministry of Environment and Forestry has developed a five year National E-waste Management Strategy, that is geared to address the E-waste problems Sustainably. You are hereby requested to take part in the E Waste collection challenge by dropping your E-waste at the KEPSA Offices.
Sustainable Inclusive Business Kenya in Partnership with the WEEE Centre Kenya requests you to Join the E-Waste day & months with us and WEEE Centre. Today The WEEE Centre will celebrate the International E-Waste Day at UTAWALA Nairobi from 9:00am
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