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Waste Into Worth
yesterday at 07:27. Facebook
Sustainable Development Goal 12.5 aims to reduce waste. But with over consumption and increasing dependence on technology can this goal be reached?

The e-waste mountains - in pictures

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Waste Into Worth
12/02/2016 at 07:36. Facebook
REDISA has managed to implement a circular economy, using the tyre industry as a proof of concept. Watch the full circular economy at work 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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Waste Into Worth
12/01/2016 at 08:56. Facebook
Last weekend was REDISA a sponsor of PUKU Afri-Kids Festival that promotes the use of educational books and toys that promote environmental awareness. Here are some pictures from the event.
Waste Into Worth
11/30/2016 at 08:11. Facebook
Mbheki Mjikayo is the Ferrobank Depot Manager in Witbank who ensures that waste tyres are collected and stored responsibly within Mpumalanga.

Waste tyres: from landfills to a commodity

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Waste Into Worth
11/29/2016 at 07:56. Facebook
The REDISA Plan has demonstrated how collaboration between business and government can create a system of empowerment that is not reliant on the government fiscus for support.

Turning out black diamonds with no fiscal injection – Circular Economies

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Re-treading doesn’t only give tyres a new lease on life but also plays a part in dealing with waste tyres.

Re-treading business brings new life to waste tyres – Circular Economies

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We need to change how we consume our resources in order to protect the environment.

Environmental insurance: ensuring our future

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Consumers can play their part in the circular economy by making a conscious decision to not purchase items that are not reusable and not environmentally friendly.

Waste can stop with you – Circular Economies

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Zodwa Mlangeni is one of the many female transporters that are part of the REDISA Plan.

Making waste management possible through transport and logistics networks - aBr Move

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The circular economy model shows that there are various opportunities available just from looking at waste differently.

A solution to economic growth? Try Circular Economies

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Miss Earth South Africa has used their #WasteStopsWithMe campaign to create awareness of the need to reduce the amount of waste produced.

Waste can stop with you – Circular Economies

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Hungry Harvest is a company is making your emoji keyboard a little less perfect in an effort to tackle food waste.

This company wants you to text with 'ugly' fruit emoji to fight food waste

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REDISA has implemented a concept of turning tyre waste into worth by showing that waste that is produced can be re-used and turned into a product that has future value.

Turning out black diamonds with no fiscal injection – Circular Economies

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REDISA has helped develop small businesses which have created job opportunities within the waste tyre industry.
Food waste is a worldwide epidemic, here are practical ways you can reduce the amount of food you waste.

Five Easy Ways to Reduce Food Waste

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REDISA sees the circular economy as a means of driving sustainable economic growth as opposed to the existing linear economy.

A solution to economic growth? Try Circular Economies

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Since inception REDISA has been able to clean the environment of tyre waste, fund the development of recycling industries, and develop small businesses across the supply chain. Find out how the REDISA plan has positively impacted the Gauteng province.