Uganda is no exception if it wants to develop and achieve its intended development vision. In Dubai government says it wants it’s city to be the next London. I believe in next 20 years London will be out of sight.
In Abudhabi the talk is we want to be the Next New York and indeed it will be. I reached Al Jaberali free industrial zone border for Abudhabi and Dubai Kaveera recycling is expanded, eminent and on course. I went to Shaljah, same story, kaveera and other bottles are being recycled.
WARNING: It’s only poor East African countries being double crossed by environmental mafia to close down industries. These Environmental mafias know recycling but they deliberately close eyes on it because they are being bribed by competitor industries to close the most prosperous industries under plastic sub sector. In East Africa there are over 330 plastic industries in trillions of shillings ,Uganda has 45 industries and we cannot loose them unless NEMA places 450 billions on the table.
More info call +256702260053 talk to Mr.AtM. We must fight these mafias with a passion.
UPMRA -Dir ATEGEKA B MOSES aka AtM was chief guest saturday as New Homisdallen Bweyogerere crowned graduands at the completion of Nursery education
A colourful function of a kind. Hailed the school upon its last year results national wide and being 2nd best in Wakiso district. The UPMRA donated dust bins to the school and asked teachers to emphasize against bad litter habits of plastics/kaveera. “Remember when you throw kaveera anyhow, you are failing recycling industries and Ugandans who sell it for income generation. Asked parents to emphasise immunisation against dangerous diseases including Hypertitis B. ‘We must raise our children with good grooming.’ Insisted .
UPMRA@Uganda is fully represented by plastic Recycler Patron and chief investor,N.Sabra in capital Instambul. World investors in Plastic Recycling Science and Technology are in Instanbul to witness the fastest growing modern kaveera recycling technologies/industrial machines globerly. View below footage. Uganda will continue to acquire these technologies since its it’s the only route.
LIVE INSTANBUL,TURKEY.UPMRA@Uganda is fully represented by plastic Recycler Patron and chief investor,N.Sabra in capital Instambul.World investors in Plastic Recycling Science and Technology are in Instambul to witness the fastest growing modern kaveera recycling technologies/industrial machines globerly. View below footage.Uganda will continue to acquire these technologies since its it's the only route.Posted by Uganda Plastic Manufacturers and Recyclers Association - UPMRA on Wednesday, 6 December 2017
This team was led by Olivia a consultant from Global Green Growth Institute New York head office.
Uganda can now command brag rights in the region and beyond Africa for enormous exemplary work in kaveera recycling.”We are a better example in the region and beyond.” UPMRA communication director, ATM assured the visiting team.
They were shocked to hear our Environmentalists (Uganda) were to date fighting recycling initiatives.
Paper bags are a dangerous item to environment. Origin and production of paper bags is basically by cutting trees and Forests to be able to have supply. For a country to use paper bags, there must be artificially planted tree forests in a country,Uganda has non of these forests not even a planted Hectare of land.
Paper bags cannot be produced minus use of dangerous chemicals which help in sheeting it out and emerging intact during processing. The chemicals kill micro organisms in the soil once littered irresponsibly even up to our gardens, thus dangerous because micro organisms support plant growth, if micro organisms are dead, it’s dead environment too. Paper bags if allowed everywhere, make largest volumes of waste in the Environment.
They emit excess energy during production this is environmentally a menace.
Overall Solution is Extreme Recycling which keeps these bags including polythenes and plastics out of environment.
Good enough Uganda has over 20 industries mainly in recycling kaveera as opposed to paper bags which are not recyclable or collected for recycling in Uganda.Only 2 paper bag plants that would recycle in Uganda have abandoned this duty.
LET’S JOIN HANDS AND FRONT RECYCLING OF ALL PACKAGING BAGS SINCE THEY EXTEND JOB CATCHMENT PLUS ADD ON BENEFITS SUCH AS TAXES, GREENING, ECO-GROWTH.
FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY!
At 2:20am, UK flashes kaveera recycling technologies on BBC airwaves
It’s nothing but only 2018 Resolution,Recycling more polythenes and bottles and sell raw materials to China.
Listen to video documentary on BBC.News anchor is mesmerized to see kaveera recycling in UK and just seeing that these raw materials are exported to China as UK’s largest market.
This is a good piece to come by in this new year. Am totally excited because this is the Truth we keep telling our dear Ugandans and how we fight typical mafias that are undermining recycling science that has enormous benefits. Nice view. Sabra Sabra Nema Uganda
At 2:20am, UK flashes kaveera recycling technologies on BBC airwavesIt's nothing but only 2018 Resolution,Recycling more polythenes and bottles and sell raw materials to China.Listen to video documentary on BBC.News anchor is mesmerized to see kaveera recycling in UK and just seeing that these raw materials are exported to China as UK's largest market.This is a good piece to come by in this new year. Am totally excited bse this is the Truth we keep telling our dear Ugandans and how we fight typical mafias that are undermining recycling science that has enormous benefits. Nice view. Sabra Sabra Nema UgandaPosted by Uganda Plastic Manufacturers and Recyclers Association - UPMRA on Tuesday, 2 January 2018
Received at receivership of Operation Wealth Creation. Deliberating solutions at Kaveera viz all plastic challenges. Plastic Diplomatic Mission Cordinators led by Chief negotiator, Al Chief Naim Sabra,Director PDF
Proud of Theresa May,UK PM.
Theresa May plans to extend plastic bag charge and end ‘throwaway culture’
The Prime Minister will set out a 25-year plan on the environment this week, including making more shops charge for plastic bags.
There are plans to extend the 5p levy on plastic bags to all shops
There are plans to extend the 5p levy on plastic bags to all shops
Theresa May is to declare war on the UK’s “throwaway culture” by demanding the 5p levy on plastic bags is extended from supermarkets and other major stores to all shops.
The Prime Minister is also being urged to back demands from a committee of MPs earlier this week for a 25p “latte levy” on throwaway plastic coffee cups.
In a huge boost for Sky’s Ocean Rescue campaign, the PM is to make a major speech on the environment on Thursday in which she will commit the Government to a war on waste.
UK ban on micro beads in beauty products begins
In her speech, Mrs May will spell out a 25-year plan for the environment that senior Whitehall sources claim will be a key moment in the Government’s attempt to regain the green agenda.
She is expected to announce moves to close the exemption that means retailers with fewer than 250 employees do not need to charge customers for single-use plastic bags.
Downing Street has revealed that the Prime Minister and Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, briefed ministers on the plastics crackdown at the first meeting of her new Cabinet.
Theresa May leads her first cabinet meeting of the new year following a reshuffle at 10 Downing Street
Theresa May leads the first meeting of her reshuffled Cabinet
According to her official spokesman, the PM said the Government had a clear belief in “conserving what is good, and standing against the profligate use of resources – whether it be public money or natural resources”.
The spokesman added that the Prime Minister’s 25-year plan would be focused on the idea of becoming “the first generation to leave the natural environment in a better state than we inherited”.
Mr Gove was seen arriving for the Cabinet meeting at 10 Downing Street carrying a reusable coffee cup made with bamboo fibre after being criticised for using disposable cups.
During the meeting, he told his Cabinet colleagues he was “determined to tackle the throwaway culture which plastic encapsulates”.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove holds a reusable coffee cup as he arrives in Downing Street.
Michael Gove holds a reusable coffee cup as he arrives in Downing Street.
In his budget in November, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced plans for a tax increase on other disposable plastic items such as takeaway boxes and plastic bottles. A consultation is now under way.
A separate proposal to introduce plastic bottle deposit return schemes in supermarkets is not ready to be announced yet.
Instead, Mrs May is expected to reveal moves to end exemptions to the 5p plastic bag tax.
The levy has led to a dramatic reduction in use since it was introduced in England in October 2015.
Figures published last July showed that nine billion fewer bags had been used and that more than £66m had been given by supermarkets to good causes from the 5p charge.
Announcing a consultation on removing the remaining exemptions, Mrs May will say that the tax shows the effectiveness of well-judged state intervention.
Could your takeaway be taxed?
According to Government sources, the extension of the levy would be a matter for a consultation later this year, but that the ambition would be for all shops to be covered.
The only exemptions for the extended 5p levy are likely to be some pharmacies and pet shops selling goldfish.
At the Cabinet meeting, Mr Gove praised the results of a 5p plastic bag charge, which he said has resulted in a 90% decline in use, and promised a series of new initiatives on Thursday.
The Prime Minister’s spokesman added: “The Environment Secretary also said that he was working collaboratively with the Secretary of State for International Development to look at using aid money on the environmental agenda, such as reducing pollution by plastics.”
Would a latte levy reduce waste?
Also under examination is a call from the all-party Environmental Audit Committee of MPs last week for urgent action to curb the mountain of up to five billion disposable coffee cups dumped each year, almost none of which are recycled.
Experts have estimated the levy could raise £438m and lead to a 30% reduction in the number of cups as more people carry their own.
The committee of MPs said the industry should be given five years to make the cups easy to recycle or face an outright ban.
Government sources have said ministers are open to the idea of a coffee cup charge if evidence shows it would change behaviour.
Mr Gove is also understood to be considering proposals to encourage retailers to use fewer types of plastic and to persuade councils to adopt a standardized recycling policy.
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The current patchwork of regimes means many types of plastic are not collected from households.
Together, the two measures are intended to ensure that a greater proportion of the packaging used in the UK can be recycled.
EveryOne has a Role in OWC. The Uganda Plastic sub-sector brings on Uganda’s job basket over 60,000 direct jobs, 2M indirect jobs. Harnessess a total of over shs 30bn in national coffers as tax.More so contributes 25bns as social benefits to Water, Umeme,communications per annum. Led by UPMRAS Chief negotiator, Hajji Badru Muwanga, director and proprietor Luuka plastics, the team discussed pertinent issues affecting the industry and agreed to work closely with OWC team.
UPMRA Chiefs meet with KCCA Ag ED,Sam Sserunkuma over a master plan to ensuring acceptable plastic disposal disciplines with in the city.
Each party will comform to its responsibility to achieve the projected master plan, which involves series of goals.
People who throw plastics anyhow and recklessly through car Windows, along city streets and anywhere within the city are to be arrested,disposed in Luzira coolers/prisonbins for approximate 9 months. Uganda’s population is an elite one, we must praja how other countries dispose plastics/kaveera for recycling.
Discover secrets of China situation in recycling pet bottles,how does it benefit other countries globally. View Ugandas documentary on kaveera plastic recycling ,the only initiative in Albertine, EA, Most of Africa’s region. Its the latest documentary featuring on Youtube soon.
Members of parliament on Natural Resources Committtee visit the plastic recycling industries with view of mainstreaming applicable laws that thrive both the environment and industrialisation.
The world through UN and EU charters advocate advanced recycling technologies, best litter practices that keeps industrial motion and environmental conservation.The best domestic laws ought to be exactly that since international organisations have ratified them and domesticated them in hundreds of countries,we can take a similar direction,Uganda and any other country is no exception to this apart from some countries with ordinary conservatism,they have been misled not to take on RECYCLING TECHNOLOGIES.
Well done Media,Hon Members of Parliament on the Natural Resources committee 2018 for according your time to the visit and appreciating Ugandas kaveera/plastic Recycling Industries.
Its a noble job these industries are doing to the good of environment. I agree if any one cant recycle buveera they are producing,they should be banned.
UMA Chairman also head of Nice house of plastics, Babra Mulwana and Chief Naim Sabra UPMRA Treasurer/Founder Member analyse a document and the ‘crazy’ new NEMA bill.
Briefly,this bill is laughable,lacks a sense of direction and the white man would brand it futile as its one sided to convice anyone.
Movers of the bill (NEMA AND ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY) crafted or drafted it secretly ,it never went through lawful proper channels and its aiming at killing most plastic industries in the country.
The question that NEMA always dodges to answer is where is the compensation plan? Do you have over 450Billion shillings to compensate investors?
Look! You are wasting billions compromising people to support the bill instead of using such useful funds to important peoples’ project, assuredly you have no easy route to fighting the 9th taxpayer in the country neither do you have mandate to stop industrialization that creates green jobs,puts food on table, clothings and general care of our poor people as they comb environment for recycling dividends.
Barely 3 weeks after the Members of parliament on Natural Resources committee of parliament visited and ascertained the established recycling technologies instituted by plastic industries in Uganda.
UPMRA plastic industries(50 industries today) were summoned by the same committee of parliament to express their views on NEMA bill which is highly regarded antI-developmental, antI-industrialisation by 90% experts and schollars.
UPMRA chiefs Naim Sabra and Ategeka Moses Brown also known as AtM broke the bill in bits, per clause and highlighted the immense plastic recycling technologies that are being practiced world wide in the event that all plastics instead of kaveera are detrimental to environment and must be handled and controlled uniformly without discrimination of any. This is why its widely stressed plastic is beyond kaveera.
In our subsquent blogs, we shall see the already represented ideaologies to manage plastic dangers instead of the NEMA bill which has no single solution to other 85% plastics in environemnt which the law does not touch.
UMA represented entire plastic sub sector that include Riham, Cocacola,Pepsi and other water/juice companies.New NEMA bill seeks to close all these industries, UMA accused NEMA of fronting a bill they were not consulted on and yet it puts 100000s of jobs at stake and closing over 100 industries.UMA ED Dan Birungi asked parliament to always consult UMA as a key stakeholder on matters involving industries.
UMA lawyer branded NEMA Bill as an unfortunate to the economy and lacks principals and professionalism quide. UMA requested that the bill be withdrawn to allow efficient stakeholders input.Lawyers want this bill thrown out of parliament without second thought.
Pics below#Chief Sabra and AtM submitting before the Natural Resources Committee in Parliament last Week in Kampala.
UPMRA is fully represented in capital Nairobi at the Kinyata International Conference Center.
UPMRA celebrates partnership with EABC after an understanding to promote plastic/Kaveera recycling in the region. Its been a grt collaboration with EABC, we celebrate with glee upon its birthdate and for a billion ££s May you leave to see your great ancestors and KAVEERA recycling in the EAC region. UPMRA is represented by our own Ategeka Moses Brown-AtM, the communications director. Pictures as proceedings in Nairobi proceed below here.
Keeping plastic/kaveera waste as wealth. No need for job application to make money under plastic industry.
UPMRA, is devoted to fetching back its product after use by consumers allover the country. This waste once brought back into our factories, its recycled into various other product shapes for use back home and construction industry. Our Environment officer Nicholas Kiiza worked closely with Iganga municipal Authorities in a collabo keep Iganga free from plastics#AtMreports.
It was a special moment from way back controversies that have affected progress rather growth of plastic industries, We unreservedly delight in current support and accepting to listen to best modules of plastic management ie 3Rs and waste management practices which are highly used by outside countries. We shall stick to best practices globally implemented to achieve the further envisioning of our plastic sub sector in Uganda. 30 microns is a great tool. And it does not mean at all that if your neighbour eats meat today, you should pour peas and eat meat. Rwanda and Kenya aren’t a benchmaker to economic revolutuons. Kenya has plastic bags just as UPMRAs that are being pushed in kenya market, this is more dangerous.
He gets USD 30Bns out of plastic recycling per annum, recycles organic waste/plastic into acids and biofuel. @smartBrainthinkRecycling. DullBrainthink Ban. Its not Ronaldo, Messy or Neymar who is wealthiest footballer in the world but Mathiew Flamin the French football talisman. Forbes, most trusted news source globaly says it Flamin former Arsenal player. He makes over USD 30bns per annum contrary to Ronaldos’ 600M USD per annum.
ARSENAL FOOTBALLER IS WEALTHIEST IN ⚽WORLD OUT OF PLASTIC RECYCLING. He gets USD 30Bns out of plastic recycling pa annum, recycles organic waste/plastic into acids and biofuel. #@smartBrainthinkRecycling.DullBrainthink Ban🙌Its not Ronaldo,Messy or Neymar who is wealthiest footballer in the world but Mathiew Flamin the French football talisman.Forbes, most trusted news source globaly says it Flamin former Arsenal player. He makes over USD 30bns per annum contrary to Ronaldos' 600M USD per annum.Posted by Uganda Plastic Manufacturers and Recyclers Association - UPMRA on Friday, 6 April 2018
We are waiting for Oil exploration in this country, we are not like those countries in East Africa that have no single drop of oil. Hon JB I Bukeddea explains to CSO activists. Total ban of any industry in Uganda is such a horror, a grave mistake. Refining oil means extracting plastic raw materials to the local industry. He asserted assertively.
WHO FIGHTS SCIENCE
In This Serie a host of MPs speak about Kaveera Recycling Technologies,we are waiting for Oil exploration in this country,we are not like those countries in East Africa that have no single drop of oil.Hon JB I Bukeddea explains to CSO activists. Total ban of any industry in Uganda is such a horror ,a grave mistake. refining oil means extracting plastic raw materials to the local industry,He asserted assertively.Posted by Uganda Plastic Manufacturers and Recyclers Association - UPMRA on Saturday, 7 April 2018
Speaker Rebecca Kadaga graced the health and clean up week in Buhweju District organised area MP,Hon Oliver Koyekyenga as in pictures below receiving UPMRA waste bins for waste management in the area.
UPMRA fully collaborated with local leadership in Buhweju district in the just concluded clean up campaign in a drive keeping Buhweju effectively tidy.
Under UPMRA slot ‘My product My waste’ we continue to ask all communities to avoid reckless habits of throwing , disposing our products anyhow. The devotion to recycle all our plastic materials that are used off, is eminent and cooperation by members of the public to avoid reckless disposal of any plastic product is mostly desired.
Kaveera does not litter people do.
Uganda Plastic Manufacturing and Recycling Association underlines partnership with Entebbe Municipal Authorities and Climate change Network team in restoration of sanity over proper usage of plastics. No more abuse of plastics, all plastics from pet water bottles to kaveera must be subject to recycling.Joint partnership centers on waste management, elevated job opportunities for youth and environment clean up were discussed. And a collabo underlined.
They are great because they are doing the exact thing that every environmental professional, scientifically oriented must be doing. On behalf of UPMRA we pledge continuity to our special working relations given such initiatives. The media, thanks for such a pivotal role in excelling waste management and advocacy to plastic recycling technologies and protecting jobs for Ugandans amidst Environmental protection. Plastic is not only about Kaveera/polythene, all must be recycled. Earthday Celebrations.
A law is soon tighter, many will be arrested for reckless disposal of plastics bottles and Kaveera Do not litter please.
PLASTIC DOES NOT LITTER, PEOPLE DO! A law is soon tightier, many will be arrested for reckless disposal of plastics bottles and Kaveera Do not litter please.Posted by Uganda Plastic Manufacturers and Recyclers Association - UPMRA on Sunday, 22 April 2018
Upmra officials before parliament’s public accounts committee of local government over elevated plastic recycling and effective waste management.
The meeting chaired by senior Veteran Legislator Reagan Okum-Gulu municipal as attended by all CAOs, Town clerks, heads of government monitoring institutions such as IGG, PPDA, AG MIN of Local government and Finance etc. All these Institutions agreed to work with UPMRA in the field of waste management and respect for advancing plastic Recycling Technologies.
Chairman UPMRA after fruitful deliberation before the parliamentary committee on public Accounts local government.
Waste management to solve plastic challenges was insisted on. District leaders cross the country noded the move. We now start the journey working with local government in a move to elevate plastic recycling and environmental protection.
Chairman UPMRA after fruitful deliberation before the parliamentary committee on public Accounts local government. Waste management to solve plastic challenges was insisted on. District leaders cross the country noded the move. We now start the journey working with local government in a move to elevate plastic recycling and environmental protection.Posted by Uganda Plastic Manufacturers and Recyclers Association - UPMRA on Saturday, 28 April 2018
It was the message that stood tall at the Buganda Women’s conference celebrated in Kasangati Gayaza Wakiso district as World celebrated Mothers day. UPMRA regards mothers since they are the best teachers for the future generation, it was a honour to be part of the campaign.
Buganda Queen Mum, Naginda and Minister for Environment Buganda Kingdom emphasised the message after witnessing several waste bins on ground that were targeting kaveera collection to recycling plants. UPMRA public awareness team was present at venue to quide collection and awareness as usual.
Buganda entourage also advised couples to stand strong in their relationships for better family backgrounds.
Delightful to be engaging in Buganda kingdom tree planting drive. UPMRA is committted to the cause of greening our Society, as manifested in our mass investments in plastic/kaveera, recycling technologies.
UPMRA Communication director Ategeka B Moses hands over the envelope with added facilitation for thursday tree planting campaign to Sserwadda, ED Buganda cultural and Development foundation (BUCADEF).
When we luck it, u will terribly see a scientist who never followed all lectured modules despise staff without seeking their inner man quide. Plastics don’t litter people do!
Start thinking now!
Not too late at all.
According UPMRA officials, partnering with Buganda kingdom over tree planting drive.
Upmra continues the fight to green environment above all.
UPMRA has acknowledged partnership aiming at sensitizing public on waste management,
non litter of plastics everywhere we go.
Well done Shamim and Nicholas.
Best practices, buy a polythene bag, still your responsibility to litter it or keep it for next shopping.Then because you are careful not to litter, you are a responsible Citizen who cares about the environment of your country this is a Dutch belief. Netherlands one of the most renowned cleanest country Globally, the most colonial master in the World. I have visited recycling companies, Kaveera is a most bought plastic waste and is being recycled everywhere. One of recyclist scientist in Amstardam told me, only stupid countries talk of ban instead of recycling technologies enhancement.
NETHERLANDS. How locals treat plastic/Kaveera and other waste. UPMRA official is in Holland to explore Global mechanisms on plastic waste management.
NETHERLANDS. How locals treat plastic/Kaveera and other waste. UPMRA official is in Holland to explore Global mechanisms on plastic waste management.Posted by Uganda Plastic Manufacturers and Recyclers Association - UPMRA on Wednesday, 30 May 2018
Its simply Polythene/kaveera packaging that can sustain packaging of industrial products. Some of the investors threatened government of withdrawing their investments to other Countries if the plastic bags were to be banned.
NOTE,Europeans have a good sense of responsibility on plastic littering. One Yorris Vander says investors are happy because government is vehemently enforcing Recycling technologies as one way to reduce the extreme problems of unemployment which stands at 4%.Netherlands has over 10 food products leading Globally in export markets with over £80 Billions fetched. Banning plastic bags in Europe can lead to recess which is a huge fear in Europe. Last recess damages cost Netherlands over £80bn losses.
UPMRA would like to warn our rivals and other critic activists for spreading negative propaganda aiming to undermine full fledged recycling activities here. Our KAVEERA recycling technologies are busy operating, members of public doing the collection to seal to recyclers. Ignore and despise everyone seeking to kill industrial technologies.
Business remains normal despite propaganda being spread by those we have known as mafias for along time.
We request kaveera collectors to continue bringing them to the 25 recycling factories and we recycle them as usual. What you are hearing in public are officers who have benefited from ban propaganda and this time are using the office of president who has not written to them any letter concerning the matter. Avoid there media propaganda and we continue to recycle these plastics out of environment. Thanks for yr usual committement. These ant government programmers are seriously dangerous to our economy , UPMRA is 9th tax payer industry worth 450 bns ugx deliberately let him put shs 450 bns compensation to the legal and licenced investors. And also put 60, 000 jobs plus billions of taxes on table before he fulfils his hidden agenda of lifting wrong alternative and dangerous bags to Environment.
UPMRA IS ALWAYS DEVOTED TO ENVIRONMENT CLEAN UP THROUGH RECYCLING.WE HAVE DONE IT AND WE SHALL CONTINUE TO.
In Europe and US forget Brexit Continent where also Kaveera is freely given in shopping stores, No one talks of closing industry. Everyone busy preaching recycling of all this below. Take away all neocolonialism mindsets. Our country needs industries to graduate into developed states. The new Colonial man at UN is giving you pounds so that u kill industries in your own countries for Europe to continue killing profits in Africa. We must say no to new colonial mindsets and protect our economies by doing what is right plastic recycling technologies.
EUROPE: Everyone is careful about littering plastics including Kaveera because plastic Recycling investors await for them readily.
Look at these executive transport systems, kaveera is used as garbage bag to collect other waste. Credible! How many buses can do this in Uganda apart from throwing bottles, roasted meat sticks and others through bus windows. We must learn.
KAVERA STOLEN VIDEOS IN EUROPE.
Two people have be jailed for taking pictures and videos in this place last month and made to pay 4000£ after 4 months in jail.I dared the risk of being jailed too but I succeeded to take some, here they are, I hope they dont arrest me at Schipol Airport – Departures. More to be loaded in episodes. They kept look at me in disgust but I filmed them Bravely. why?
KAVERA STOLEN VIDEOS IN EUROPE. Two people have be jailed for taking pictures and videos in this place last month and made to pay 4000£ after 4 months in jail.I dared the risk of being jailed too but I succeeded to take some, here they are, I hope they dont arrest me at Schipol Airport - Departures. More to be loaded in episodes. They kept look at me in disgust but I filmed them Bravely. why? They tell us ban kaveera in Africa yet in Europe and other parts of the world, they recycle buveera, get taxes, jobs and social benefits among others. In Uganda, we shall fight hard and exceed levels of recycling and leave ban propaganda to puppets of whitemen. Video below- European families drive in kaveera, metalic, plastic bottles into these many waste banks and later recyclers pick them for recycling.#illigal film by At M in Europe.Posted by Uganda Plastic Manufacturers and Recyclers Association - UPMRA on Saturday, 23 June 2018
They tell us ban kaveera in Africa yet in Europe and other parts of the world, they recycle buveera, get taxes, jobs and social benefits among others. In Uganda, we shall fight hard and exceed levels of recycling and leave ban propaganda to puppets of white men. Video below- European families drive in kaveera, metalic, plastic bottles into these many waste banks and later recyclers pick them for recycling.Illegal film by At M in Europe.
In Europe, the most developed Countries worth referring to as Utopia,visibly use Kavera, plastic bags in supermarkets. Packaging industries here cannot survive without kaveera but funny enough same Europian countries,UNEP are funding massively EA environmentalists to ban buveera.What does this imply?Known massive plastic recycling and thy dont promote plastic récycling in our countries tho Uganda is massively recycling. Deka supermarket in Europe below pics.
This young girl in video deserves an international Recycling Accolade. In fact if this girl were my daughter, this makes her an Automatic heir on my throne.
Ugandans and I have a problem, we pack all household waste and 85% plastics in Kaveera which is only 15 % and then dump kaveera with all that waste along the road side.Sometimes in the trench. This is bad because the aim should be to put it in a safer location where municipal / city garbage trucks should picked before it ends into wide spread kaveera Recycling factories in Uganda.
WARNING: Watch out, stop littering and stop throwing garbage heaps along the road and in the middle of the road always. Its against the law can lead to prosecution.
THIS IS EXACTLY HOW YOU MISTREAT WASTE BEFORE ITS LOOKED AT AS A PROBLEM IN THE ENVIRONMENT. ............................................................ This young girl in video deserves an international Recycling Accolade. In fact if this girl were my daughter, this makes her an Automatic heir on my throne. Ugandans and I have a problem, we pack all household waste and 85% plastics in Kaveera which is only 15 % and then dump kaveera with all that waste along the road side.Sometimes in the trench. This is bad bse the aim should be to put it in a safer location where municipal / city garbage trucks should picked before it ends into wide spread kaveera Recycling factories in Uganda. #WARNING: Watchout, stop littering and stop throwing garbage heaps along the road and in the middle of the road always. Its against the law can lead to prosecution.Posted by Uganda Plastic Manufacturers and Recyclers Association - UPMRA on Monday, 2 July 2018
This is why kaveera is used in road construction. The pavers will definately last for generations. Roads made out of Kaveera last for generations too Countries like India have case studies of such roads. Thanks @MediaExposure.
NOBLE JOB! UPMRA DEVOUTES TO IMPROVE YR SYSTEM, SUPPORT YR INNOVATION BECAUSE ITS EXCEPTIONAL.This is why kaveera is used in road construction.The pavers will definately last for generations#Roads made out of Kaveera last for generations too Countries like India have case studies of such roads. #Thanks@MediaExposure.#AtM.Posted by Uganda Plastic Manufacturers and Recyclers Association - UPMRA on Saturday, 7 July 2018
Its vital all Ugandans will stop littering this product after use.This product benefits a million Ugandans and facilitates eased shopping for all Ugandans if its recycled. Recycling Industries have mushroomed in Uganda unlike in Kenya,Rwanda and very few others. BUT LETS PUSH recycling FORWARD TOGETHER! DONOT THROW AWAY KAVEERA, BIN IT FOR RECYCLING.
An informative monitor news paper piece in today’s 23,7, 2018 edition, page 28.
Very important facts that Ugandans can know. Ant-industrial agents, environmentalists who dispeak innovative plastic Recycling technologies can be guided by facts as below.
As one of the recognised clean sensitive primary school in Kampala under KCCA,the school management worked out a plan to familiarise their learners with prevalent plastic recycling technologies under UPMRA in a bid to effect what administrators call marvelous plastic recycling technologies in Uganda.
After the visit to one of the famous kaveera/Recycling plant in Wakiso district, both teachers and pupils nodded the system.The delegation was amused at how Kaveera recycling is an end product to egg trays, garbage bags, construction sheets, conduit pipes, home plastic utensils among others.
The facts inside this article are clear, fighting industrialization and recycling science is not sustainable since its enormously growing today with many Ugandans interested in collecting plastics for sell to plastic recycling investors.
A project that has touched lives in West african
Recycling Buveera Solid Waste Management is the only way forward to attaining a clean environment,more employment and boasting our economy.
Despite the disturbances of our well organised sensitisation on improved sanitation through responsible plastic disposal, we are still appreciative of everyone’s efforts. Company lawyers are studying the motives of the people who came to disrupt the well organised, peaceful sanitation exercise in Bugolobi as shown in pics below.
Appropriate action will be adhered to.
President Museveni mentions science and believes it passionately. Not a single sector industry is enough for the economy but all industrial sub sectors such as plastic. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni mentions steel and plastic recycling plants among the supportive sectors to the economy. Tuuve ku Kaveera Mafias let’s build Recycling and forget mafia-clicks only looking for food for today in this ban propaganda.