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Creating Local Solutions to the Waste Problem in Ghana

Campus Dustbin Project Gets A Green Flag At Mensah Sarbah Hall, University Of Ghana

Campus Dustbin Project Gets A Green Flag At Mensah Sarbah Hall, University Of Ghana

  One of the major threats to our environment has been plastics ever since plastics were created. Plastics pose such a great threat to humans since we inhabit the earth. Plastics on their manufacture have no dead end as they are non-biodegradable which means they can’t be decomposed by the activities of bacteria in theRead more about Campus Dustbin Project Gets A Green Flag At Mensah Sarbah Hall, University Of Ghana[…]

Recycle Up! Ghana-Accra Chapter Tells Its Story On Radio Univers

Recycle Up! Ghana-Accra Chapter Tells Its Story On Radio Univers

“Let’s take our sanitation seriously so we have a better life, bad sanitation can equally lead to loss of lives just as war “. These were the final words of Julius-Jayson Botchway, the Team Leader of Recycle Up! Ghana-Accra on Radio Univers 105.7 on the 7th of Feb, 2017. Recycle Up! Ghana is a subsidiaryRead more about Recycle Up! Ghana-Accra Chapter Tells Its Story On Radio Univers[…]

Legon Presec And Co Welcomes The B-Park of Recycle Up! Ghana

Legon Presec And Co Welcomes The B-Park of Recycle Up! Ghana

     B-Park as known in the Recycle Up! Ghana – Accra catalogue per vision and focus is poised to extending the knowledge about the benefits of plastic waste to the basic and secondary schools in Accra through education and implementation of source segregation.   The team leader, Mr. Prince Yeboah Amoako with few wordsRead more about Legon Presec And Co Welcomes The B-Park of Recycle Up! Ghana[…]

Accra Takes A Dose Of Recycle Up! Ghana

Accra Takes A Dose Of Recycle Up! Ghana

Globally, the planet-Earth is under a serious attack as far a plastic waste is concerned.  An extract from www.myjoyonline.com reads, “There is no other material that has transcended all nations, all modern economies, and all social classes – regardless of their wealth or characteristics – in the same manner as plastic. The workable molecular polymerRead more about Accra Takes A Dose Of Recycle Up! Ghana[…]

Recycle Up! Ghana Represents at BarCamp Takoradi 2016

Recycle Up! Ghana Represents at BarCamp Takoradi 2016

Recycle Up! Ghana is leading a “radical rethink” and a local approach to solving Ghana’s waste problems, by encouraging education to reduce waste, as well as contribute to better health and sanitation while creating jobs for people in urban areas of the country. The initiative kicked off in 2014 with the first ever Recycle Up!Read more about Recycle Up! Ghana Represents at BarCamp Takoradi 2016[…]

Day 10 in Kumasi: The Grande Finale

Day 10 in Kumasi: The Grande Finale

Introduction The day started at the Engineering auditorium, KNUST at 11.00am when all was set and a prayer from Albert, one of the participants, was said. Team leader Fatima continued swiftly with a brief welcome address before Prosper, one of the team leaders introduced Technology Without Borders and Recycle Up! Ghana to the audience whichRead more about Day 10 in Kumasi: The Grande Finale[…]

Day 9 in Kumasi: Team Building

Day 9 in Kumasi: Team Building

Group Presentations The day started with a shake-up session which was aimed at keeping the team active. Afterwards, the groups were made to present their ideas generated and developed with respect to their proposed solutions. Each group spent 10 minutes each for presentation and 5 for questions and comments. Brain-storming The groups resumed brain-storming sessionsRead more about Day 9 in Kumasi: Team Building[…]