Latest in Tag: recycling Highlight
Latest in Tag: recycling
“You are the Beginning” initiative aims to enable women to manage their household waste and educate their families about used cooking oil recycling
The Ministry of Environment is putting the finishing touches on the system for collecting, mechanising, and governing waste by technological means.
This initiative takes place in cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Environment, CID Consulting, and Paymob.
Italian companies welcomed Egyptian partnerships and investment opportunities
The initiative aims to provide financial resources to educate unprivileged children and the bedouins’ children in Egypt
“We mainly aimed to use the fabrics that we already had in the stock room; we did not want to be wasteful,” says designer
When consumers constantly upgrade to the latest smart phone, this carries a heavy environmental cost. Although recycling helps, the underlying problem is economic growth versus the environment. How can this be solved?
“It is a positive message portraying diversity, and respects the hijab,” says model
We aim to recycle 100 tonnes a month during 2015, says CEO
Green Pan collects used vegetable oil from restaurants, hotels and houses to produce up to 2 tonnes of biodiesel daily
Development project aims to build a community centre out of cheap, durable material
Reducing consumption and changing behaviours top the conference’s agenda
Company also plans investment in the project by 2016
The investment costs for the first phase reach $600m of joint Saudi, Emrati and Egyptian investments.
Iskandar’s proposed initiative would see the separation of solid waste into categories to aid in its disposal.
RecycloBekia will pick up your electronic waste and make sure it is properly recycled
El Gouna residents focus on the four elements and how to preserve and conserve them through awareness and active community participation
The workshop will focus on teaching participants to use recycled materials like paper to create papier mache and different assemblage techniques.
Additionally, Resala is a good place for you to send your old books and clothes. Among its various activities the organisation is recycling paper, collecting clothes and distributing them to those who need them.