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Sellers Containers to Participate in Let’s Recycle Live 2019

Sellers Containers to Participate in Let’s Recycle Live 2019

Sellers Containers, the waste containment products manufacturing subsidiary of Visionscape Group, will be at Letsrecycle Live, the only event exhibiting the latest developments, equipment and opportunities in the United Kingdom’s waste and recycling sector in a LIVE environment. Sellers Containers will exhibit its innovative waste management products, including the smart, solar-powered SolarStreetBinTM and the new upgraded 1100ltr Sellers Trade Waste...

5 Reasons the Sellers Containers Multi-Stack Builders Skip is the Best Solution for You

5 Reasons the Sellers Containers Multi-Stack Builders Skip is the Best Solution for You

Across the globe, skips – also known as ‘builders skips’, ‘skip bins’, and ‘skip containers’ – are seen as the ideal solution to getting rid of bulk waste. From general, domestic and commercial waste to construction and industrial waste, skips are an efficient and convenient waste containment product for waste collection, saving effort, time and money. Skips provide greater benefits,...

Towards a Circular Economy with Vision Petlon Polymers’ Recycled Engineering Thermoplastics Polymer Compounding Solutions

Towards a Circular Economy with Vision Petlon Polymers’ Recycled Engineering Thermoplastics Polymer Compounding Solutions

Engineered thermoplastic polymers are high performance materials used in everyday, demanding applications from cable ties to chair bases, from car engine manifolds to razors in electronic, electrical and consumer white goods like washing machines and lawnmowers. Their application is wide-ranging and diverse. Engineering plastics are ideal as these materials can be modified and vastly improved with additives, fillers, glass etc...

Visionscape – The Answer to the Circular Economy Movement

Visionscape – The Answer to the Circular Economy Movement

The world’s population will reach 9.8 billion by 2050, according to data from the United Nations (UN). A growing population means higher demand for the Earth’s limited natural resources, coupled with higher waste generation. By the same year, the UN predicts demand for water will increase by 33%, and with more than nine billion people to feed, agricultural production will...

Visionscape & CNEEC Unite to Power African Communities through Waste-to-Energy

Visionscape & CNEEC Unite to Power African Communities through Waste-to-Energy

The Visionscape Group, a multinational environmental utility conglomerate, and global energy giant China National Electric Engineering Co., Ltd. (CNEEC) have entered into a partnership to build waste-to-energy plants across emerging markets, with a focus on African communities. The partnership between Visionscape Group and Beijing-based CNEEC aims to harness the region’s vast waste resources as a green energy source and produce...

Visionscape Group Announces Membership with Plastic Recyclers Europe

Visionscape Group Announces Membership with Plastic Recyclers Europe

Dubai, UAE, 13 March 2019 –Visionscape Group is proud to become an official member of Plastic Recyclers Europe, the leading voice and most influential network of plastic recyclers in Europe.
The membership is testament to Visionscape’s continuous efforts to achieve its commitment to the United Nations (UN) Sustainability Development Goals, which include:

8 Ways Intelligent Waste Bins Make Waste Collection Smarter, Faster and Better

8 Ways Intelligent Waste Bins Make Waste Collection Smarter, Faster and Better

SolarStreetBinTM and IoT Waste Bin enhance the end-to-end waste collection process by giving organisations real-time updates on the status of each waste bin. This capability allows them to immediately respond and service bins that only need servicing, which in turn reduces the time, costs and manpower required to maintain an entire bin fleet.
With a faster response time, governments and municipalities are able to protect the health and safety of the public and ensure the streets and environment are clean and sanitary.

Going Green: Tapping into Africa’s Underused Waste-to-Energy Sector

Going Green: Tapping into Africa’s Underused Waste-to-Energy Sector

Only 1 out of 5 people has access to electricity in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Out of nearly 1 billion people who do not have electricity worldwide, 50 percent are residing in Sub-Saharan African countries.
Lack of access to reliable electricity has been a widespread challenge in the African continent for decades, negatively affecting quality of life, economic growth and market competitiveness.

Towards a Circular Economy: Visionscape Closing the Loop

Towards a Circular Economy: Visionscape Closing the Loop

Across the world, waste management has become one of the most critical environmental issues that needs to be addressed. From plastic pollution in oceans and on land and over-consumption due to the growth of the middle class across emerging markets to the current patterns across the developed world and rapid increase of waste generation, these factors have spawned an array of environmental issues, where not a single one overrides the other.

Visionscape to Boost Global Efforts to Tackle Plastic Waste in Coming Year

Visionscape to Boost Global Efforts to Tackle Plastic Waste in Coming Year

One of Visionscape Group’s core actions in 2019 is to amplify its efforts in addressing plastic waste in Europe and in emerging African markets, with an eye towards expanding the reach of its waste management solutions in Asia, the Middle East, and across the globe.

In 2019, Visionscape plans to increase and strengthen partnerships with governments and businesses, and support them in implementing policies on plastic waste management, allowing them to reach their immediate and long-term sustainability goals.

Implementing The 3Rs of Effective Waste Management In Africa Through Corporate Social Responsibility

Implementing The 3Rs of Effective Waste Management In Africa Through Corporate Social Responsibility

Africa – the second largest continent in the world, covering about one-fifth of the total land surface of Earth – is facing a waste crisis.
Many would argue that the surge of waste is a result of an exponential increase in population density, economic growth, and rapid urbanisation. Others would posit it is the lack of proper information on how waste can be managed from across the value chain