"WeCyclers" creates a viable business model for plastic recycling in Nigeria. Adebiyi-Abiola describes how the company has grown to incorporate kiosks and collection points with 115 employees.
Adebiyi-Abiola relinquishes day-to-day operations to her brother and accepts a position with the Lagos government. Wale Adebiyi has implemented new innovations, including a garbage truck for transport. The King and Queen of Belgium present "WeCyclers" with the King Baudouin African Development Prize.
The streets of Monrovia are littered with garbage. Abraham Freeman and Baccus Roberts work at the hydro-power plant and spend their weekends converting plastic into paved roads at Jamaica Road. Youth need to be an agent of change within their community.
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Nigerian company WeCyclers' incentivized collection program has people excited to recycle; a duo in Liberia with a small-scale project to turn recycled plastic into bricks.
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Copyright date: ©2019
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