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Container World and NamiGreen commences collaboration on e-waste collection

Press release March 24, 2020
Mathieu van Hout and Per Hansen NamiGreen E-waste has partnered with the leading container storage company in Africa, Container World Namibia to increase e-waste collection rates.

NamiGreen E-waste and MultiChoice moves 15000 kg of e-waste from Zambia to Namibia

Press release March 23, 2020
Owen Maasdorp, Per Hansen E-waste recycling company NamiGreen and broadcasting company MultiChoice makes history in both Namibia/Zambia as they are the first to move e-waste across the borders.

NamiGreen in major newspapers in Namibia

Press release February 13, 2020
Namibian Sun Market NamiGreen recycles record e waste 2020 02 13 Republikein, Namibian Sun and Allgemeine Zeitung helps spread the word about e-waste.

NamiGreen featured in Republikein and Namibian Sun

Press release November 15, 2019
Willie Isakar, Lukas Njamba, Carlos Gawaxab Republikein and Namibian Sun are putting a focus on recycling e-waste with its latest piece on NamiGreen.

NamiGreen speaks at the Namibian National E-waste Management Workshop in October 2019

Press release October 31, 2019
Mbeuta Ua-Ndjarakana NamiGreen E-waste was invited by the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology of Namibia (MICT) to speak that E-waste Management Workshop to present an overview of the private sector dealing with e-waste in Namibia

Over 1500 attend Biomass Technology Expo 2019

Press release August 22, 2019
Bush to feed technology The recently held Biomass Technology Expo 2019 has put biomass firmly on the national agenda, and calendar, taking its rightful place as one of the must-see annual trade shows in the country. The event took place on the 9th of August, at the Otjiwa Safari Lodge, and hosted over 1500 visitors, 120 exhibitors and technology demonstrators.

Thousands to flock to Biomass Technology Expo 2019

Press release August 1, 2019
Biomass technology expo namibia otjiwa safari lodge Got bush? If so, the Biomass Technology Expo 2019 is an event not to be missed! Farmers, SMEs, corporates, and entrepreneurs interested in unlocking the unlimited economic opportunity of woody biomass are going to flock to this year’s Biomass Technology Expo in the thousands.

Are Namibians actually bush farmers?

Press release August 1, 2019
Namibian bush farm Namibia is supposedly a “cattle country” but is this really what we are? I would argue that with over 45 million hectares of farmland covered by bush encroachment, that maybe we should consider re-defining ourselves.

Biomass Technology Expo 2019

Press release July 16, 2019
Biomass Technology Expo - live harvesting demonstration 1 Got bush? If so, the Biomass Technology Expo 2019 is an event not to be missed! If you are a farmer, business, corporate, or entrepreneur interested in the unlimited economic opportunity of woody biomass, then this expo is for you!

Biomass Energy – unlocking the triple bottom line

Press release July 10, 2019
Spanner Re heat and power system Did you know that only 1% of Namibia’s standing encroacher bush biomass resource could be used to produce 900 Megawatt (MW) of renewable electricity? Not only is that enough to meet the country’s 650 MW peak electricity demand, but there would even be some power left over to supply the southern African power pool with, and earn some extra spending money along the way.

Namibia sits on a biomass goldmine

Press release June 19, 2019
Namibian oil fields Namibia is currently facing an uphill economic battle, having recently slipped into a recession, coupled with a staggering unemployment rate of over 30%, which is exacerbated further still by low international commodity prices, affecting some of our largest national income earners from the mining sector.

The UN declares war on the West's "tsunami" of electronic waste

Press release February 1, 2019
Landfill in Nigeria - e-waste PR 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.