Pearl Recycling

CHANGING THE NARRATIVES IN NIGERIA’S ENVIRONMENTAL SECTOR

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Waste Management policy cannot succeed without the people, the major factor that determines the success or failure of any policy. Unfortunately in a country like Nigeria with a population of 190 million, policies governing environmental behavior have seen little or no compliance. A stroll on the street of Lagos bears witness Read More

SKILL ACQUISITION SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES LIST

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Congratulations, You have been selected to partake in the waste to furniture skill acquisition training. This training is supported by Ford Foundation and Institute of International Education to empower young Nigerians especially females. In the first week of July, e-mails will be sent to shortlisted applicants and it’s important that Read More

WASTE REMODELING: TEACH THE YOUTHS EARLY

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In our bid to sensitize the young ones in Lagos  State on the need to re-use and recycle, we decided to present the students of Oke-Odo High School with eighteen(18) ergonomic chairs remodeled from discarded waste tires. We believe that any nation that must grow must focus on its young ones. Read More

Cash Incentive, an alternative to indecent waste disposal

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Our vision of eradicating indecent waste disposal in Nigeria caught the attention of Reuters, Washington Post, Al- Jazeera and other international media. We believe that waste is a global problem but waste management technologies varies across countries. Africa is plagued with policy issues that is affecting most of the industries and Read More

CHINA’S POLICY SET TO SHOCK THE RECYCLING INDUSTRY

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CHINA dominates international trade in many goods, but few more than waste for recycling. It sucked in more than half the world’s exports of scrap copper and waste paper in 2016, and half of its used plastic. All in all, China spent over $18bn on imports of rubbish last year. Read More

FROM RWANDA to the WORLD

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When you arrive at Kigali airport you are greeted by a large sign that says, “the use of non-biodegradable polythene bags is prohibited.” Take the issue of litter for example. Africa is drowning in garbage at the moment; living standards have risen enough for millions to be able to afford Read More

IS EARTH FIGHTING BACK?

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Solid wastes are the discarded leftovers of our advanced consumer society. This growing mountain of garbage and trash represents not only an attitude of indifference toward valuable natural resources, but also a serious economic and public health problem. – Jimmy Carter   The case for recycling is strong. The bottom line is Read More

CEO Interview and a Glimpse of our Exhibition

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A recap video for your viewing pleasure. Being a maiden edition, our exhibition got more attention than we expected. We were most impressed with FABE international for bringing the students of Reagan Memorials Baptist Secondary Schools. We also got the attention of media houses ( Vanguard, Thisday, SunNewspaper and RadioNigeria) Read More

WASTE TO TREASURE EXHIBITION

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PearlRecycling, the foremost upcycling company in Nigeria held the first Waste Upcycling exhibition in Nigeria as an opportunity to create awareness for sustainable living and clean environment. The event attracted several organisations, schools and individuals Some of the event pics are see below