The millions of tons of electronic waste that the developed countries dump in other countries must be controlled, says the UN in a new report.Press releases February 1, 2019
Times are changing in Namibia - recycling rates of electronic waste are increasing and 2018 was the best year so far.Press releases January 11, 2019
With job creation stagnant and e-waste problems increasing, a company called NamiGreen has commenced operations throughout Namibia with twin goals in mind. The company seeks to jump-start both electronic waste recycling and employment through gathering and processing old cell phones, computers, television sets, and other devices. To advance this goal, NamiGreen has created a partnership with the Ministry of Education.Press releases November 27, 2018
According to WHO, waste electronics (e-waste / WEEE) are polluting drinking water and harming ecosystems around the world when e-waste a improperly handled.Press releases October 10, 2018
Certainly not! NamiGreen, an electronic waste management company ensure safe disposal of e-waste in AfricaPress releases July 17, 2018
E-waste statistics from the UN, ITU and ISWA tells that the relatively high living standards in Namibia is the main explaining factor for the high amounts of e-waste generated per inhabitant in NamibiaPress releases July 17, 2018
NamiGreen responsibly recycles e-waste in Africa for companies in US and EuropePress releases July 16, 2018
NamiGreenNamiGreen is an e-waste management company that recycles broken/old computers, mobile phones, laptops, - and basically every other electronics you can think of. We are based in Windhoek, Namibia in Africa.