22-08-2016 by redazione
Plastic recycling, public meeting at the Museum of Malindi.
Wednesday, August 24 to 16, Sam Ngumba Ngaruiya, owner and founder of the company "Regeneration Environmental Services" will hold a public meeting at the Cultural Center of the Malindi Museum "Plastic and more plastic - what you can do with it, and the effect on our environment. "
A native of Nairobi, Sam moved to Dallas in Texas where he developed and acquired experience as an entrepreneur and international business managers.
It 'been a manager for 10 years, besides being still a respected coach business.e' back home in Kenya with the intention of making a difference, and that is what he is doing with the recycling of waste.
The goal of Regeneration Environmental Services is to turn the garbage a valuable product, also helping to make the environment in which we live cleaner.
The materials are collected, sorted, washed, processed and sold.
From recycling process produces poles, slabs, tiles for the building, bags and other containers. The Regeneration Environmental Services operates in three key areas: waste management, recycling and production. In the future it will use organic waste to generate organic fertilizer and methane gas for the production of electrical energy. Sam will speak for about 45 minutes and will show some finished products. The meeting is organized by Malindi Resident Development Group.
The event organized by the Italian Institute of Culture in Malindi tomorrow night will have as guest of honor the Ambassador of Italy in Nairobi Mauro Massoni.
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