NamiGreen was recently featured in NBC Namibia to explain how e-waste is processed at our Windhoek facility.Press releases August 28, 2019
Too often companies and individuals throw out their used and empty printer cartridges for inkjet printers and laser printers. That's bad - both for the environment for but also money-wise.Press releases July 4, 2019
The Document Warehouse and NamiGreen announces partnership to work on the growing amount of used and broken computers, phones and electronicsPress releases May 1, 2019
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
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.