The Cleaner Lagos Initiative currently oversees 164 licensed Waste Collection Operators charged with regular residential waste collection in the state. With a population of over 22 million residents in Lagos state, this is no mean feat, and thus, we’re introducing the WCO Performance Index; a bi-monthly review of top performing Waste Collection Operators in the area of residential waste collection. The period
Reforms to the waste management sector in Lagos state created the Cleaner Lagos Initiative, under which PSP operators (now referred to as Waste Collection Operators (WCOs) have reached an agreement designed to facilitate the resumption of regular waste collection in the state. The WCOs on-board currently handle residential waste collection in all LGAs and LCDAs across the state while Visionscape Sanitation is
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The list below contains the names and license details of approved companies who will commence operations as commercial Waste Collection Operators under the Cleaner Lagos Initiative. WCOs, organizations, and the general public should kindly direct all questions, complaints and related issues to firstname.lastname@example.org Signed, Cleaner Lagos Initiative.
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
About 600 differently-abled people were registered and trained as Community Sanitation Workers at the ongoing kitting exercise in Agidingbi Ikeja this week. One of the CSWs, a deaf man who gave his name only as Taiye, expressed excitement about the Initiative, and thanked the Lagos State Government for empowering both crippled, deaf and dumb citizens who were previously viewed
As the Cleaner Lagos Initiative prepares to launch in December 2017, 27,500 Community Sanitation Workers employed by the Lagos State Government have commenced training, registration, and sizing for their new outfits at Agidingbi, Ikeja. These Community Sanitation Workers will earn a tax-free sum of 18,500 Naira monthly along with health subsidy,
On the 6th of November 2017, Ward Resident Contractors under the Cleaner Lagos Initiative were invited to a stakeholders meeting at NECA House, Alausa-Ikeja. Ward Resident Contractors are charged with overseeing the Community Sanitation Workers assigned to their wards in Local Government Areas across Lagos State. Under the Cleaner Lagos Initiative, the Community Sanitation Workers will earn a tax-free