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Port Elizabeth school a champion in recycling

It takes a community when it comes to recycling and green initiatives, says Kabega Primary School, winners of the Plastics|SA 2016 Clean Up &...

Gauteng relaunches Bontle ke Botho

Clean-up---thumbIt is time to keep your environment clean and green, says the Gauteng provincial government. It is relaunching its Bontle ke Botho campaign to inspire and encourage its citizens to do just that.

A little hope goes a long way

sarah---thumbA small NGO called Nourish helps communities around the upmarket game reserves of Hoedspruit benefit from a range of interventions, such as a library, skills development, a food garden and a moringa plantation.

Recycling is at the heart of Soulart

soulart-2---thumbThe 10 young designers at Soulart recycle waste, turning it into artful, sought-after items. They work under the genial eye of founder Brian Sibusiso Mokhachane, who says his initiative is helping to create jobs and tackle drug abuse and littering.

ABI recognises South Africa’s young recyclers

ABI thumbKwaZulu-Natal featured highly in this year's ABI Schools Recycling Programme, with Ekuthuleni Primary School grabbing the grand prize. The competition teaches children to care for the environment

Pitch in and help clean-up South Africa

recycling thumb Parliamentarians learned about recycling and its value to the national economy during a study tour of the Kraaifontein Integrated Waste Management Facility and Tuffy Manufacturing in Cape Town. Recycling keeps the environment clean and creates jobs, they heard.

Campaign calls on people to clean up their neighbourhoods

ocean-conservancy---thumbFor this year's Clean-up South Africa Week, Brand South Africa and Plastics SA are joining forces to ensure that neighbourhoods countrywide are free of rubbish and rubble. Litter is not only an eyesore, but it is also harmful to residents' health.

Women recycle tea bags to make art

tea_bags_thumbnail Helping others to help themselves can be as simple as saving your used tea bags. The women of Original T-Bag Designs in Hout Bay, Cape Town recycle them to make art and earn a living.

Joburg to produce its own electricity from landfill

Gas is flared at Robinson Deep, Johannesburg's biggest landfill, and at Marie Louise, another of its five sites. But generators will be installed this year at the former to turn the methane into power. When all its landfills are all online, it will produce enough power to supply 12 500 middle-income households.

Recycle to save energy and water, and reduce pollution; here’s how:

Here's what recycling does for the environment, the economy, and the manufacturing industries.

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