Ecopost | Pastic Post Manufacturer

From Timbuktu Chronicles Thu Jan 24 2013, 06:00:00

A Making It profile:

...in 2008, Lorna Rutto and Charles Kalama founded EcoPost, a Kenyan firm that uses recycled plastic to manufacture durable and environmentally friendly fencing posts..."In 2008, we began searching for ways to create an integrated waste management solution for Nairobi, with a focus on unlocking and utilising the latent value of our municipal waste streams. At the time, we realised that, without adequate solutions, the waste challenge would continue to grow, based on the fact that with increased economic growth, we will generate more and more waste."

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