TechInAfrica – The Recyclan Global Services Limited and Humanity Nigeria is partnering with the Lagos State Ministry of Environment to break the Guinness World Record for the ‘Largest Volume of Plastic Bottles Collected for Recycling by a Team’.
The program started on June 1, and now has been wrapped.
“We are excited to be taking on this challenge, it is an incredibly huge task to undertake, and we are committed to making sure that we make the most of it,” said Harold Okonoboh, CEO Africa, Recyclan Global Limited. He also added that PET plastic waste within the state is at an all-time high and that people need to make concerted efforts to break the cycle and adopt sustainable methods of PET plastic waste disposal,” Chijike Amagwu, COO Africa, Recyclan Global Limited.
“This project is the first of its magnitude in the world, and we are happy to take on the responsibility. This feat is not just for Recyclan but also for Lagos and Nigeria as a whole.”
“This project can change the trajectory of PET plastic waste management in Nigeria and Africa as a whole. We are excited to be leading this team and this journey,” Project Director, Somi Oguah, Head of Marketing, Recyclan Global said.
“We encourage the general public to join this cause and participate in the Guinness World Record attempt. Check our social media channels for how you can participate.”