02-03-2020 by redazione
Thanks to the county law decree and a study and project from Germany and important foreign donations will solve the long-standing problem of waste disposal in the Malindi sub-County and waste water dispersion.
"The Kilifi County Integrated Waste Disposal Plan for the cities of Malindi and Watamu will be ready by the end of March. We are already working to start with the categorisation of waste" MAWASCO's Managing Director Gerald Mwambire announced to the press.
The long campaign of the Malindi Green And Blue movement from the very beginning had in its objective, putting in the spotlight the situation in the town during the monthly Clean Ups, to get to the separate collection of waste and its recycling.
Now, thanks to the law and the help of companies and foundations, it will be possible to start very soon with the conversion of organic waste into fertilizers and plastic into recycled material.
As part of the project, public toilets and showers will also be built in Malindi and Watamu, and
Two treatment plants will be built in Watamu and Kibokoni, Malindi, to solve the wastewater problem.
Mwambire pointed out that donations for the new sewage system in Malindi could include donations from the Melinda and Bill Gates Foundation, which are prepared to invest over 3 billion shillings.
Malindi Green And Blue will be called in as a consultant, as it has long been taking an interest in bringing plastic recycling and organic waste disposal and processing facilities to Malindi.
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