Resources

Our Resources library contains useful resources from other organizations. Here are our most recent additions.

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National Solid Waste Management Strategy for Ghana – June 2020

National Solid Waste Management Strategy for Ghana – June 2020

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National Environmental Sanitation Strategy and Action Plan NESSAP
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Environmental Sanitation Policy 2010
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Plastic Policy
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Circular Economy in Africa-EU Cooperation Country report for Ghana 2020

Circular Economy in Africa-EU Cooperation Country report for Ghana 2020

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Market Survey Waste and Circular Economy in Ghana 2019
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University of Ghana Plastic Recycling Project (UGPRP)

University of Ghana Plastic Recycling Project (UGPRP)

The University of Ghana Plastic Recycling Project (UGPRP) is a student-led initiative aimed at instilling the culture of source segregation of plastics among members of the University Community.

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Ghana Recycling Initiative by Private Enterprises (GRIPE)

Ghana Recycling Initiative by Private Enterprises (GRIPE)

Industry-led coalition formed under the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) with a stake in the plastics sector to integrate sustainable waste management solutions, particularly around plastics; promotes sustainability actions and plastic recycling.

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UNDP- Coca-Cola Foundation Project

UNDP- Coca-Cola Foundation Project

The project is expected to provide support to Micro, Medium and Small-Scale Enterprises and Businesses (MSMEs), to take advantage of green business opportunities in the waste management sector, by increasing awareness among households in urban and peri-urban areas on circular economy opportunities in Ghana.

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GPAP
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Safisana

Safisana

Safi Sana collects fecal and organic waste from urban slums (toilets, food markets, industries and slaughterhouses). This waste is treated in a digester to create organic fertilizer, irrigation water and biogas. The biogas is used to produce electricity and the irrigation water and part of the organic fertilizer are used to grow seedlings.