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    Valuing the waste and recycle Industry
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    Recycling in Africa can become a major energy and industrial lever, allowing the creation of millions of jobs close to ports and urban areas.


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    Renew the point of views concerning the wastes
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    In 2017, the production of e-waste in Africa (electronic wastes) will exceed that of Europe.


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    Facing the challenges of urbanization
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    Over the next twenty years, the mainland cities will receive 300 million new inhabitants. More than one in two Africans will reside in the city in 2030.


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Waste & Recycle Forum

Sunday 27 March 2016


2nd semester 2020-2021

With the massive urbanization already engaged in most African countries whose socio-economic projections describe the accelerated extension, the problem of waste disposal and recycling is central to all the countries of the hemisphere.

Most governments are rethinking urban planning and management of releases related to the functioning of cities. It is first a need for food safety and public health, for permanent access to quality natural resources: water, air, and food. It is also an opportunity for development of a future industry that could be a tremendous driver of growth and jobs for Africa by the ultimate ecological recovery of material resources that provide waste: materials - electronic dismantling and recovery of components - energy by clean burning or natural degradation, urban and sustainable agriculture, ...

Around the most innovative clean technologies, the central object of WASTE & RECYCLING AFRICAN FORUM is to build for Africa a new integrated economic and environmental approach adapted to the challenges and potential of the African continent together and finance technologies to become a global reference for the processing of essential materials.

Around concrete projects desired by the countries, the WASTE AND RECYCLE AFRICAN FORUM aims to bring together experts, key and innovative sector operators, as well as private and public funding to ensure their realization.