MultiChoice and NamiGreen are saving a little bit of Namibia everyday!Press release November 24, 2021
The partnership between MultiChoice and NamiGreen is saving a little bit of Namibia everyday by aiding citizens safely dispose of the old and discarded electronics.
Ecorobotics and NamiGreen announces partnership on e-waste recyclingPress release November 3, 2021
Ecorobotics in Namibia has partnered with NamiGreen to aid citizens rid their electronic waste or e-waste.
Namibia celebrates the International E-waste Day 2021 - 14 October 2021.Press release October 13, 2021
As reported by the UN, in 2021 people worldwide will generate an average of 7.6 kilograms of e-waste, a figure that translates to 57.4 million tons globally.
NamiGreen no longer pays for recycling printer cartridgesPress release September 27, 2021
Due to increased administrative burdens for managing recycled printer cartridges, NamiGreen unfortunately no longer pays for printer cartridges.
Great news for Namibia - NamiGreen partners with MultiChoice and goes nationwidePress release August 13, 2021
MultiChoice Namibia and NamiGreen announces a partnership that will have a large impact on recycling in Namibia.
Namibians continues to recycle e-wastePress release June 8, 2021
Despite 2020 being a year with COVID-19 restrictions, Namibians have recycled more e-waste than ever. NamiGreen E-waste publishes their annual e-waste statistics.
Container World and NamiGreen commences collaboration on e-waste collectionPress release March 24, 2020
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 NamibiaPress release March 23, 2020
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 NamibiaPress release February 13, 2020
Republikein, Namibian Sun and Allgemeine Zeitung helps spread the word about e-waste.
E-waste in Ghana is now managed professionallyPress release February 1, 2020
Ghana E-waste, an electronics waste (e-waste) company in Ghana, with the aim of creating local jobs and cleaning up the environment is ramping up efforts to rid Ghana of it's e-waste.
NamiGreen featured in Republikein and Namibian SunPress release November 15, 2019
Republikein and Namibian Sun are putting a focus on recycling e-waste with its latest piece on NamiGreen.
NamiGreen featured in NBC NamibiaPress release August 28, 2019
NamiGreen was recently featured in NBC Namibia to explain how e-waste is processed at our Windhoek facility.