Online Release of Report and Webinar: Solid Waste Management in the Kingdom of Eswatini

The Kingdom of Eswatini, a small, landlocked African nation, home to some of the fastest-growing urban centres in Sub-Saharan Africa, produces around 238,341 tonnes of solid waste every year. The country’s current practices in solid waste management – such as uncontrolled dumping of the waste -- pose serious health and environmental risks. Eswatini needs to institute scientific, cost-effective and sustainable systems. Waste processing and treatment need immediate attention, along with enhancing source segregation and collection efficiency. Legislative reforms and institutional strengthening are equally critical.

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), the New Delhi (India)-based think tank which is working with African governments and civil society to improve solid waste management practices and systems, invites you to join an online report release and webinar. The report -- Solid Waste Management in Eswatini: Challenges and Opportunities – covers the subject on the basis of the concept of circular economy.

The webinar is being organised exclusively for officials, waste management experts, and the people of the Kingdom of Eswatini.


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Russell Dlamini
Chief Executive Officer
National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA),
Belusile Mhlanga
Environmental Communication Officer,
Eswatini Environmental Authority (EEA)
Dr. Richa Singh
Programme Officer
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)
Siddharth G Singh
Dy. Programme Manager
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)
Atin Biswas
Programme Director
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)