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  • Kenya accelerates its PET collection and recycling agenda, thanks to Coca-Cola Africa.

    Posted on :Tuesday , 30th November 2021

    Coca-Cola Beverages Africa is a subsidiary of Coca-Cola. Kenya's sustainability mission continues to be driven by PETCO Kenya and other programmes such as trash segregation at source efforts.

     

    Our aim of a Waste-Free World has seen encouraging trends in waste collection and recycling, which is already nearly double the 72 percent achieved in 2020.

     

    Susan Main. . .

  • Kenya has pledged to sign a new treaty on the management of plastic waste.

    Posted on :Wednesday , 27th October 2021

    The Kenyan government has just announced the commencement of a new plastics accord. The goal of this programme is to progress toward a more sustainable management of plastic trash, which is a major cause of pollution in the environment.

     

    Thanks to a pact, Kenya's campaign against plastic pollution is taking a new direction. The effort, known as the Kenya Plastics Pact (KPP), b. . .

  • The Kenyan Recycling Partnership is looking for a brand owner.

    Posted on :Wednesday , 22nd September 2021

    The hunt for a brand owner partner, which partners Dow and Mr Green Africa think would finish the loop by enabling the use of recyclable flexible packaging in real applications, has begun in the second phase of a collaboration formed to remove inequities in recycling infrastructure in Kenya.

     

    The alliance, which was officially established in November 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya dur. . .

  • Coca-Cola Kenya announced a new step in its "The World Without Waste" plan

    Posted on :Wednesday , 28th July 2021

    Nairobi — Coca-Cola Kenya has launched a new appearance for Sprite, the country's most popular soft drink.

     

    (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic container, marking a historic departure from the green-colored plastic bottle that has served as the brand's identity since its inception in 1960.

     

    This change means that more Sprite bottles can be. . .

  • New guidelines for the production of packaging paper published by KEBS

    Posted on :Wednesday , 30th June 2021

    The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has accepted new guidelines for Kraft paper production.

     

    The guidelines detail the sample and testing criteria for Kraft paper used in the packaging of fatty, oily foods as well as dry foods like sugar and flour, as well as bread bags, shopping bags, wrappings, and laminates.

     

    “Kraft paper is suggested f. . .

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