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In Kenya, a company is revolutionising plastic waste by turning them into eco-friendly bricks.

After the Kenyan government imposed a law limiting the use, manufacturing, and import of plastic bags in an attempt to reduce plastic waste. Four Nairobian engineers created a company that recycles bottle top plastics and cooking containers into environmentally friendly bricks. the company is called Gjenge makers on a mission to reduce waste in the city which is estimated to generate around 500 tonnes of plastic waste daily.

With homeowners and schools bing their main clients, Gjenge makers are not only helping the environment, they are also positivly impacting their communities.


Read their full testimonial here

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