The Food and Beverage Recycling Alliance (FBRA) has appointed Agharese (Arese) Lucia Onaghise, as the Executive Secretary of the Alliance to drive its ambitious goal towards building a sustainable recycling economy for food and beverage packaging waste in Nigeria. With the new position, she holds the mandate to drive the various campaigns and initiatives of

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Continued from part 1 here: “The various roles in waste management starts from waste separation, collection which our partner, RecyclePoints takes care of, to separation, transportation, shredding at the recycling plants, production of other products and re-use. At these stages, different jobs are created, whether directly or indirectly,” Olusuyi explained. He therefore urged other companies

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The Food and Beverage Recycling Alliance (FBRA), has urged consumers to imbibe the culture of proper disposal of used post-consumer packaging waste with special focus on polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles to avoid environmental pollution. Bearing in mind that the World Clean-up Day is drawing closer, FBRA, which is the Producer Responsibility Organisation (PRO) of companies

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Thousands  of volunteers including green groups, NGOs, the government and companies gathered at the weekend in Lagos for the World Cleanup Day (WCD).One of the groups known as Food and Beverages Recycling Alliance (FBRA), cleaned commercial locations as well as sensitised residents on the necessity for recycling of plastics.The alliance has already signed a memorandum

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The Food and Beverage Recycling Alliance (FBRA) has been commended by the Lagos State Ministry of Environment as it embarked on a clean-up exercise at the Arena Market in Oshodi, Lagos on Friday in commemoration of the World Cleanup Day, which falls on September 15, this year. Volunteer staff of FBRA member-firms led traders and

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