Wecyclers – Recycling, Lagos Nigeria

Wecyclers – Recycling, Lagos Nigeria

Wecyclers allows people in low-income communities to capture value from their waste. This Lagos based company provides a door to door collection service. Giving households a chance to generate value from waste. Also providing a reliable supply of raw material to the local recycling industry.

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Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. Image: OpenUpEd l (CC BY 2.0) l Flickr

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