WEEE Centre is helping restore nature by our core operations – safe management of electronic waste. We are making sure it is collected and handled safely – not ending up contaminating air, soils and waters with chemicals, micro-plastics or heavy metals.
World Environmental Day
Read more about this year’s theme, ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, on www.worldenvironmentday.global
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Sunday-Sunday, 30/5-6/6 Social media Contest – WEEE Centre & Safaricom! Take a photo/video promoting safe e-waste handling and tag @safaricom @weeecentre #ewaste #WorldenvironmentdayKenya
No 1: Visit at WEEE Centre with lunch (incl 2 friends) + Ksh 500 Airtime + WEEE Merchandise
No 2-10: Ksh 500 Airtime + WEEE Merchandise
Wednesday 2/6, 10.00-02.00 Inter Religious Council at WEEE Centre, partnering up for a longterm National sensitization and collection scheme.
Friday 4/6, 08.00-12.00 WEEE Centre at Kiota School Kilimani/Karen creating awareness and collecting e-waste from students/staff.
Saturday 5/6, 09.00-01.00 WEEE Centre participation in Kamukunji Environment Conservation Champions’ WED-event. Collection of e-waste, awareness raising, tree-planting.
Friday 11/6, 02.00-03.00 PM WEBINAR – “Restoring nature through safe E-waste management” Our distinguished panel will discuss challenges and opportunities on following topics:
ü E-waste management throughout Kenya Possible collaborations for awareness raising? How to create a win-win-win concept?
ü Effects for people, planet and business Eliminating health hazards Enabling healing of nature Sustainability for companies + CSR-value
ü Efficient material resource usage – Circular Electronics What does it take to pivot the linear system – bringing reuse into the value chain? Circular design, new business models, “product as a service”, industrial symbiosis
ü Upcoming legislation and strategies What does producer’s responsibility mean? How will the value chain be affected?