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Electronic waste recycling company in Namibia is expanding and looking for more supply of e-waste in Africa

Press release March 11, 2019

NamiGreen, an African e-waste recycling company committed to protecting the environment, creating jobs, and following international rules and regulations in e-waste recycling activities, are expanding and are looking for more supply of e-waste in Africa

Supply e-waste containers from port
NamiGreen E-waste can receive electronic waste from foreign suppliers in Europe and United Strates via ship, train and truck. Supply of e-waste to Africa involves a lot of paperwork to adhere to rules and regulations. NamiGreen E-waste has all necessary permits to handle the increasing supply of e-waste.

NamiGreen E-waste is proud to announce expanding activities for recycling electronic waste in Africa. Currently, NamiGreen specializes in recycling items like computers, mobile phones, laptops, servers, TV screens, etc. To be successfull, NamiGreen needs more supply of electronics waste, especially from foreign companies in Europe and United States. NamiGreen is committed to recycling electronics properly by following international rules and regulations.

To get more information about the recycling activities, please visit https://www.namigreen.com.  

“Africa is a continent blessed with so much human and mineral resources - beyond limits. NamiGreen E-waste is committed to establishing a company that will create jobs, build trust with the local community, and deliver high quality recycled e-waste. Therefore, we’re reaching out to everyone, especially foreign companies in Europe and United States, to supply e-waste in Africa, Namibia so our mission can be successful,” said Mr. Per Hansen, CEO of NamiGreen E-waste.

Leading E-waste Recycler Africa

NamiGreen E-waste is the leading e-waste recycler in Namibia, Africa. The mission is to create jobs for people in the recycling industry but also to clean up the environment of toxic elements. The company provides recycling for different kinds of items including broken computers and laptops, servers, mainframes, cable, PC accessories, cellphones, radios, printers, ink cartridges, and more. What makes NamiGreen E-waste unique is the professional approach to recycling waste, of which is accomplished through a standardized effort. Every recycling activity and process is done with strict adherence to international laws, rules, and regulations, so as to protect the environment.

NamiGreen E-waste

NamiGreen E-waste is the top e-waste recycler in Namibia, Africa. NamiGreen partners with organizations, public institutions, and companies to protect the environment and create jobs by operating a functional recycling business of international standards.

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Per E. Hansen
CEO of NamiGreen E-waste - the leading e-waste recycling company in Namibia.
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Supply e-waste containers from port
NamiGreen E-waste can receive electronic waste from foreign suppliers in Europe and United Strates via ship, train and truck. Supply of e-waste to Africa involves a lot of paperwork to adhere to rules and regulations. NamiGreen E-waste has all necessary permits to handle the increasing supply of e-waste.
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