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Name Recycling starts plastic waste recycling plant in the Cameroonian capital

Name Recycling starts plastic waste recycling plant in the Cameroonian capital
  • Comments   -   Wednesday, 21 June 2017 11:59

(Business in Cameroon) - Plastic waste and packaging produced by households and companies in the city of Yaoundé, the Cameroonian capital, will now be collected and recycled into reusable products by the company Name Recycling.

The company who just started operations in the Ahala neighbourhood, in the suburbs of the capital, already managed to make plastic waste disappear from Limbé, a town located in the South-West region, where Name Recycling recently opened its very first recycling unit, we officially learned.

Plastic waste is a real environmental problem in Cameroon, due to the lack of recycling units for the 600,000 tons of waste in this category produced on a yearly basis by companies and households.

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