Temps de lecture :1 minute
Since March 2007, the Kenyan NGO Umande Trust has been conducting a waste collection and incineration service in Nairobi (Kenya). The waste is collected and sorted twice a week by young unemployed people who are paid on a daily basis. Hard plastic, metals and glass are sold. The rest is dried naturally first, then incinerated in a common kitchen. This kitchen, made up of nine hotplates is open to the population for 5 to 10 cents. It is run by area residents.