Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Waste is a resource that can be managed to achieve economic, social and environmental benefits. Addressing the waste management challenge effectively in Kenya is critical to delivering on Kenya’s constitutional right to a clean and healthy environment for all, advancing the circular economy to create green jobs and wealth from the waste sector, and realisation of the nation’s sustainable development goals. Sustainable waste management is also fundamental to delivery of each of the government’s “Big Four” national priorities the transformational agenda on housing, manufacturing, food and nutritional security and health care and to Kenya’s leadership in the blue economy, with its focus on creating economic growth, ensuring healthy waters and building safe communities….read more

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