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As one way of collectively addressing the challenges that have long plagued the waste collection industry, an  organisation dubbed  “Green Economies Made Simple (GEMS),” also recognized as Waste Advisors, is set to bring together 20 Waste Management Companies in the City of Blantyre.

Billy Bray, the Managing Director of GEMS, announced that this significant gathering will take place at the “Think Tank Networking” event scheduled for January 31, 2024.

This collaborative effort is in partnership with the Blantyre City Council, and other entities.

Denis Chinseu, the Chief Executive Officer of the Blantyre City Council, expressed commendation for this initiative, emphasizing his optimism that it will greatly enhance Blantyre’s sanitation standards.

Notably, Malawi grapples with a considerable amount of unmanaged waste, presenting an opportunity for transformation through effective recycling measures.

Reported by Chisomo Break.

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