Posted on :Friday , 27th August 2021
Silafrica's collaboration with PETCO aims to reduce the environmental impact of post-consumer Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) on Ethiopia's landscape. One of the most significant accomplishments of the collaboration is the demonstration that plastic packaging has no negative environmental impact.
Getaneh Asfaw, Country CEO of Silafrica Ethiopia, says, "We are glad and thrill. . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 30th December 2020
NestlÃ© has collaborated with local sustainability consultant TS Environment to set up a programme for the recycling of plastics waste in Ethiopia. The goal of the programme is to achieve the neutrality of plastics in the next 12 months. This ensures that NestlÃ© would have extracted and co-processed the equivalent amount of plastic found in the goods sold and avoided th. . .
Posted on :Thursday , 8th October 2020
Recycling is a fundamental structure resulting in solving pollution to a great extent in the environment, also meaning supervising waste management. Recycling helps in maintaining cleanliness by recycling by-products with recycle, reuse and reduce. These processes facilitate and create job opportunities through social entrepreneurship activities, entrepreneurs and self-employment. Modern youth,. . .
Posted on :Thursday , 19th March 2020
The Folding Plastic Furniture Market has noticed a continuous growth in the last few years and is estimated to grow even further during the forecast period of 2020-2026.
Acceptance of folding furniture is on a rise in most populous cities of the world.
Plastic folding Furniture is the furniture mostly made by plastic.
Like for example the plastic fol. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 4th February 2020
Addis Ababa Glass and Bottle Share Company, an Ethiopian glass container manufacturing company aim to increase capacity from its current 80 tons per day to 240 tons per day by 2022.
Addis Glass is a container glass packaging producer which uses electric melting technology. It has gained from Ethiopiaâ€™s competitive electricity prices.
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