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With ocean plastics proving to be an environmental and health hazard, Procter & Gamble has announced that, as of 2017, its Head & Shoulders shampoo bottles will be graded recyclable and comprise of up to 25% beach plastics.

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And that's a wrap! From storytelling and interactive exhibitions to poetry sessions, musical performances and film screenings, the 4 day REDISA sponsored Puku Story Festival presented an array of educational activities in mother tongue to the children of Grahamstown.
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Educating youth about the circular economy and turning waste into worth at the Puku Story Festival at the National English Literary Museum
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REDISA is proud to sponsor the Puku Story Festival and to be teaching the leaders of tomorrow, through literature and storytelling in mother tongue, about turning waste into worth.

PUKU STORY FESTIVAL 21 - 26 February 2017, Grahamstown

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UMhlobo Wenene FM 88 - 106 presenter Lungiswa Haarmans at the Puku Story Festival showing support for environmental conservation education. Come and join us and other supporters such as renowned musician and storyteller, Madosini, to celebrate literature in mother tongue
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Dwindling natural resources and growing demand are inescapable. Here is why the future of recycling is in repurposing and changing the current linear economy paradigm.

The future of recycling is in repurposing – Circular Economies

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Environmental conservation awareness brought to life at the Puku Story Festival in Grahamstown.

PUKU STORY FESTIVAL 21 - 26 February 2017, Grahamstown

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By collaborating with government on the one hand, and tyre manufacturers and importers on the other, REDISA has helped create over 3000 new jobs and start 200 small businesses in just over three years, simply by seeing used tyres differently – not as waste but as worth.

Waste is not a liability, but a future resource

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As part of Puku Story Festival activities, REDISA story colouring books, which illustrate how waste can be turned into worth, are being distributed to learners at farm schools in Grahamstown. Read more about the festival here:

PRESS RELEASE: PUKU STORY FESTIVAL 21 - 26 February 2017, Grahamstown

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Since becoming a micro collector, Mfana has recruited a few of his community members and they have registered their co-operative, Mbanjwa Multi-Purpose Co-Operative Limited. The co-operative has grown and now employs seven people.

Waste pickers save the SA economy millions annually - Cape Business News

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The Puku Story Festival kicks off today in Grahamstown on International Mother Tongue Day. The festival promotes the importance of educating children in their mother tongue through literature and edutainment. As a proud sponsor, REDISA is excited to have this platform to teach young minds about caring for the environment.

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REDISA is proving that being a micro collector is more than just collecting waste but an opportunity to contribute to the local economy, to public health and safety, and to environmental sustainability.

Being a micro-collector is more than just collecting waste – Circular Economies

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Rea Ngwane is a young woman who is passionate about recycling waste and is currently a depot manager in Rustenburg, one of REDISA’s national depots.

A passion for turning waste into valuable products

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Next time you see plastic bottles lying around, you may want to consider repurposing these into a trendy vertical garden, and stop them from becoming unsightly and damaging waste.

Create your own vertical garden with recycled plastic bottles

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It’s World Read Aloud Day, a day where readers of all ages celebrate literacy and the pure joy and power of reading aloud. Together with our ambassador, Dr Gcina Mhlophe, we commemorated the day by reading stories to children, in their mother tongue, about environmental conservation. Such fun was had and we’re pleased to say that many children now know the benefits of recycling.
Since inception REDISA has made significant progress in building a sustainable waste management industry, focussing on waste tyres. This is how the REDISA Plan has been successfully implemented in Gauteng.

The REDISA Story: Gauteng Province

Since inception REDISA has been able to clean the environment of tyre waste, fund the development of recycling industries, and develop small businesses acros...

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Insuring the environment against damage from waste isn’t impossible, it’s already happening through REDISA.
Working with waste has long been considered ‘dirty work’ in South Africa; however, through the tyre recycling initiative developed by REDISA this is changing.

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In South Africa REDISA is proving that waste can be used as a future resource.

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Play the REDISA Game to find out how you can create your own waste empire.

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