The megacity of Lagos needs proper infrastructure to handle the capacity of waste that it generates daily. A lot of sustainable companies have taken on the task of making the environment a better place while making profit. We wanted to showcase companies doing impressive work in the sustainability sector in a megacity like Lagos and Waste Care Solutions Limited stood
Ah yes. Waste, that beautiful smell as you drive by huge dumps in densely populated areas in Lagos, or around the highbrow areas when it rains or even worse the ones along the coast line… That eye candy, doesn’t it just make you feel like having Ice Cream and Pizza! Waste, That problem everyone solves by pushing it
Megacities are a product of a continuous urbanization process and that goes for Lagos, Nigeria’s converging point for human capital and everyone in search of greener within the boundaries. With a Population of over 21 Million people, the population density is creating recurring problems top of which is the increasing solid waste management problem. How can the waste footprint
As Lagos closes in on her urban future, the amount of solid waste; one of the most important by-products of an urban lifestyle, is growing even faster than the rate of urbanization. The effects are that the drainages are overflowing, the dumps producing overwhelming smells and streets littered with plastic, packaging material for consumer goods among others. We have to
Sumn just happened right now and I am very very hangry. This woman was just carrying big black bag this evening and I sinzerely thought she just got back from grocery shopping honezzly, the bag was so big, I was perplexed that shey people have started to do Christmas shopping so early ni?, they should give us time to gather
Biola the Slay queen, gown on point, cut to shape, highlighting every curve possible, makeup on fleek, snapchat never gets the last of it, your fingers always on the red button as you pepper them on a regular, you are not even showing mercy on the salivating brothers, we are even begging them to pick up the jaws they dropped.
It starts with the little things we don’t check, the little things we say don’t matter, after all everyone is doing it, it wouldn’t hurt or more aptly put ‘Na me first start am?”. It starts with Nneka, she dumps her groundnut shell on the floor, Segun flings his empty bottle water plastic out the window, then Mrs Saliu cleans