Waste Management has become one of the most complex challenges facing many African countries, from
both legal and technical perspectives, with the volume of waste being generated continuing to
increase at a faster rate than before.
With the exception of few Africa cities and town, the continent has largely witnessed increased air
pollution from the burning of dumps or skip bins, resulting in respiratory diseases, land pollution
resulting in the spread of diseases such as cholera, typhoid, dysentery and malaria-waste, blockage
of water and sewer drains by litter and non-biodegradable material leading to the spread of water
borne diseases like typhoid.
Organisations alike face a myriad of challenges from inconsistent waste removal services, waste
diversion left for them to figure out, waste audit deficiencies, reports of recycling generation
being hard to complete and submit to difficulties to get a dedicated services on industrial waste
A close study of the industry shows the demand for waste collection services will continue to be
driven by population growth, privatization and public’s growing interest in the recycling industry.
According to a World Bank report of 2018 titled “ What a Waste 2.0: A Global Snapshot of
Solid Waste Management to 2050”, global annual waste generation is expected to jump to
3.4 billion tonnes over the next 30 years, up from 2.01 billion tonnes in 2016. Presenting
opportunities for Africa, the report notes that by 2050, waste generation in Sub-Saharan Africa is
expected to more than triple from current levels, while South Asia will more than double its waste
Against the above background, the importance of proper disposal of waste, particularly industrial
waste, can never be over-emphasised.
Introducing Clean City Africa Corporate Waste Services
We are proud to introduce Clean City Africa Corporate Waste Services, a dedicated
facility birthed out of the drive and focus to provide waste solutions to corporates and industries.
- We realised that there is a wide range of both corporate and individual clients who cannot
successfully dispose their wastes without hiring the services of a standard and licensed waste
- At Clean City, we are also cognisant of the fact that whilst household waste requires utmost
attention, the unique and distinct nature of corporate garbage requires separate and dedicated
Our objective as Clean City Africa is to offer Corporates with an integrated and sustainable waste
management solutions from prevention, recycling, energy minimization, reuse, recovery, and
incineration to responsible disposal. Clean City Africa Corporate Waste Services target market spans
from Manufacturing, Processing, Mining and Industries, Retailers, Schools, Colleges and Universities
Clean City Africa Corporate Waste Services areas focus:
- Hazardous and non-hazardous waste collection and management.
- Medical waste collection and management.
- Recyclable material collection and hauling.
- Removal and hauling of rubble, construction and demolition debris.
- Waste transfer station operation.
- Waste stream audits
- SHE Practices around waste management.
- Carbon footprint.
- Staff training.
- Waste assessment
- Sustainability reporting.
- Waste training and change management.
Our team of dedicated specialists in Waste Management is available to discuss with you further on how we may meet your specific garbage collection requirements.
Contact us today.