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Indiscriminate waste disposal

3 things you should know about Indiscriminate Waste Disposal

In most Nigerian households, Saturday is the official household cleaning day. From washing clothes and toilets to sweeping every corner and waste disposal. On days like this, over 15,000,000 households across the country without access to sustainable waste management services turn to indiscriminate waste disposal, either by burning, discarding along drainage ways or on open …

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Here’s What We Know About Food Waste Along The Food Supply Chain

Food is one of the basic human necessities however, hunger is still one of the world’s most urgent development challenges. Over 795 million (12.9%) people of the world’s population do not have enough food to eat (food aid foundation). Food gives us the necessary nutrients needed to stay healthy and grow, food also supplies us …

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Ecobarter launches its compost corner

Wrep By Ecobarter Launches Its Compost Corner

After continuous collaboration with internally displaced women groups to transform everyday waste into ready-to-wear fashion and household items, The Ecobarter foundation remains deeply committed in seeking new ways to reduce waste. Which is why we are pleased to announce the launching of our ‘Compost Corner’. In light of the rising food costs in Nigeria and …

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