• Sierre Leone cleans up by Masada Waste Management | The Waste Transformers

    Sierra Leone, is a country that emerged from a decade of civil war which ended in 2002, but left in its wake social unrest and a destroyed social and physical infrastructure. After making strides to rebuild its fragile economy, it was devastated again by Ebola until it was finally declared Ebola free in March 2016 . Recently a food scandal broke out in the capital of Freetown, that was both heartbreaking and scandalous. Contaminated chicken was imported into Sierre Leone by a trader. The countries health services rendered the chicken unfit for human consumption and under the orders of government, the carcasses where buried on a landfill site. Thousands of people stormed the dump site and poor people dug the chicken up that had been buried in human, garbage and industrial waste. Together...

    published: 22 Aug 2016
  • Masada Waste Management Company partners with R.M.F Sierra Leone

    Masada Waste Management Company partners with Road Maintenance Fund to clean selected bridges in Freetown.

    published: 29 Jul 2014
  • Waste To Wealth in Makeni, Sierra Leone

    Our DFID funded Waste to Wealth project in Makeni, Sierra Leone has recently come to an end, resulting in the establishment of 6 micro-enterprises all working with waste. Film-maker Mike Duff visited Makeni back in March to see what we had been up to. Living Earth Foundation have committed to continue providing support to these 'Waste to Wealth' enterprises for the next 6 months, and have already recruited a Project Officer and a Business Development Mentor to work with them to help them develop sound business and marketing plans. We hope that in this period they will be able to create a market for these new products, and contribute to Makeni City Council's waste management strategy in the process! To keep up to date with our work in Sierra Leone, check out our website and twitter feed...

    published: 29 May 2014
  • Upcycling and Recycling in Sierra Leone: The trash pioneers of Bo

    Pots made of dumped cans? Fertilizer made of biological waste? Young trash pioneers in Bo, a city of Sierra Leone, are doing exactly that. They clean their city and contribute to local employment, upcycling projects and organic farming. Learn more on that project by Welthungerhilfe: http://www.welthungerhilfe.de/en/get-informed/our-projects/projectarticles/recycling-in-sierra-leone.html

    published: 24 Jun 2015
  • The Waste Transformers and Masada Waste Management clean up Freetown

    The Waste Transformers create decentralized, nutrient and energy hubs by converting residual waste streams into energy, whilst recovering (on-site) the natural resources and water in the waste. We empower local communities to leverage their waste to power positive change. Using smart business models, we do this in a way that is financially attractive today. It is a small-scale, high impact approach that is revolutionizing the way we deal with waste. http://www.thewastetransformers.com

    published: 28 Nov 2016
  • Ons vuil in Afrika

    In Ghana verknallen duizenden kinderen hun gezondheid door op ware gifstorten onze oude computers, TV-toestellen en koelkasten te ontmantelen. VRT journalist Jan Holderbeke volgde vorig jaar de afvaltrafiek van de haven van Antwerpen naar het West-Afrikaanse land. Maandelijks vertrekken vanop de kade in Antwerpen tientallen containers met zogenaamde e-waste richting Derde Wereld. Antwerpen is op dat vlak samen met Rotterdam koploper in de wereld. Die e-waste, onbruikbare computers, TV-toestellen en koelkasten van bij ons, zit vol giftige stoffen : CFK's, zware metalen, .... Zonder de minste controle halen Ghanese kinderen daar de toestellen uit elkaar. Ze verbranden de bekabeling, om het zuivere koper over te houden. Dat het verbrande PVC kankerverwekkende dioxines vrijmaakt, weten ze ni...

    published: 19 Apr 2013
  • 160/365 - The Most Garbage I've Ever Seen (Sierra Leone)

    Daily I share awesome, adventure-filled stories.

    published: 25 Jun 2014
  • Don't throw rubbish in the street of Sierra Leone

    published: 22 Nov 2016
  • Liberia's Ebola human waste dilemma

    In Liberia, new infections of the Ebola virus have dropped to one-tenth from levels seen when the virus was at its peak. The country recently reopened its border with Sierra Leone and lifted its nationwide curfews after several months of closure. But the country still has the problem of what to do with huge quantities of potentially infectious human waste. health insurance uk.

    published: 24 Feb 2015
  • UNDP Delivers Autoclaves to Sierra Leone

    #EbolaResponse - undp.org/ebola With support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF), Sierra Leone has begun to use new, environmentally-friendly sterilizing equipment to help dispose of the vast amounts of contaminated protective equipment and infectious waste generated in treating Ebola patients. The sterilizing machine, known as an autoclave, decontaminates used medical equipment and waste such as syringes, personal protective suits and gloves through several cycles of high-pressure steam and vacuuming, allowing for their safe disposal. It is the first of its kind in any of the Ebola-affected countries and is now functioning at the Ebola Treatment Units (ETU) at Police Training School Treatment Centre Two in Hastings and No. 34 M...

    published: 22 Dec 2014
  • Surviving Kissy Burmeh dump in Freetown, Sierra Leone : Kaikai News

    On Thursday, July 21 thousands of people scrambled to the Kissy Burmeh dump site after learning a vast haul of chicken was to be buried there. The imported chicken were deemed unfit for human consumption. However, the desperate individuals that gathered were able to carry away large amounts of the contaminated chicken. The Kaikai News crew travels to the dump site to report on the incident. Whiles there we discover an entire community surviving on the waste of others… Visit www.kaikainews.com for more original documentaries from Sierra Leone

    published: 27 Jul 2016
  • Trash to Salone

    Hi guys, allegedly the government of my beloved country, Sierra Leone (the advisor to president and the president) has just sign a contract with Lebanon for them to be able to export their trash to our country. please remember to LIKE, COMMENT, AND SHARE. Connect with me: FB @Freetowntok IG: @Freetowntok87 SC: @Freetowntok Email: Freetowntok@gmail.com More Links: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2016/Jan-09/331020-sierra-leone-agrees-to-take-in-lebanon-trash-report.ashx http://yubanet.com/world/Lebanon-Plans-to-Dump-Garbage---But-Sierra-Leone-Rejects-Deal.php#.Vqxt1I-cGUk http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2016/Jan-11/331215-sierra-leone-denies-agreeing-to-accept-lebanons-garbage.ashx

    published: 30 Jan 2016
  • Europe's Old Scrap is Poisoning the Coastlines of Africa

    Toxic Computer Waste (2009): Could the waste we export to countries like Ghana one day come back to haunt us? For similar stories, see: How Europe's Waste is Poisoning Ghanaian Children https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeMlkGrYxJw Is Recycling the Solution to the World's Plastic Problem? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NY-FKOOkPcM Is Sierra Leone on the Verge of an Environmental Disaster? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6_9qWcrJuY Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/film/4434 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us o...

    published: 24 Jun 2016
  • Flatbed Rice Dryer of 5 tons capacity Built by FINIC in Sierra Leone

    This Flatbed Rice Dryer of 5 tons capacity was designed and manufactured by FINIC in Sierra Leone. The equipment removes moisture content of 5 tons (100 bags) of parboiled rice at the rate of 1.5% per hour. Usually, parboiled rice has a moisture content of 29%. To bring it to the required 13% for milling, it will take the equipment about 10 hours. The fuel for generation of the heat source for the equipment is Engine Waste Oil ( spent engine oil) consumed at the rate of 10 litres per hour. Given the efficiency of the burner, the equipment hardly emits smoke and One of the good attributes of this equipment is that fumes of the burning oil does not enter the drying bin. Rather, clean hot air, at 45 degrees Celsius does the drying. With that, no smell of fumes is mixed with the rice. The ra...

    published: 12 Sep 2016
  • SOTE Waste Management WEB

    The Green Actors of West Africa present SOTE: The State of the Environment. A video series on the major environmental topics in the West African region. This 10 min. episode is on waste management. It is showing the threats to people and environment. But it also shows solutions and positive examples of NGO initiatives in Benin, Ghana and Sierra Leone.

    published: 28 Aug 2012
  • The making of Operation Clean Freetown

    Rubbish and waste in Freetown’s streets, waterways and gutters is polluting the environment and contaminating the city’s water, leading to an increase in diseases such as malaria, typhoid and diarrhoea. Freetown City Council and Western Area Rural District Council (WARD C) are working with the President’s Delivery Team, the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, the Ministry of Trade and Industry, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation, the Ministry of Youth Affairs and the Freetown WASH consortium on Operation Clean Freetown (OCF). It is funded by the Government of Sierra Leone and UKAID and aimed at reducing the risk of epidemics by improving solid waste management in the city.

    published: 15 May 2017
Sierre Leone cleans up by Masada Waste Management | The Waste Transformers

Sierre Leone cleans up by Masada Waste Management | The Waste Transformers

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  • Updated: 22 Aug 2016
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Sierra Leone, is a country that emerged from a decade of civil war which ended in 2002, but left in its wake social unrest and a destroyed social and physical infrastructure. After making strides to rebuild its fragile economy, it was devastated again by Ebola until it was finally declared Ebola free in March 2016 . Recently a food scandal broke out in the capital of Freetown, that was both heartbreaking and scandalous. Contaminated chicken was imported into Sierre Leone by a trader. The countries health services rendered the chicken unfit for human consumption and under the orders of government, the carcasses where buried on a landfill site. Thousands of people stormed the dump site and poor people dug the chicken up that had been buried in human, garbage and industrial waste. Together with our partner, Masada Waste Management, The Waste Transformers are transforming the waste of Freetown into much needed green energy, water and organic fertilizer. The fertilizer will improve the countries chances of growing their own food & feeding their own poulty, thereby educing their exposure to rogue traders. Turn waste into a force of positive change. Powered by The Waste Transformers & Masada Waste Management Sierra Leone. http://www.thewastetransformers.com http://www.masada.com
https://wn.com/Sierre_Leone_Cleans_Up_By_Masada_Waste_Management_|_The_Waste_Transformers
Masada Waste Management Company partners with R.M.F Sierra Leone

Masada Waste Management Company partners with R.M.F Sierra Leone

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  • Updated: 29 Jul 2014
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Masada Waste Management Company partners with Road Maintenance Fund to clean selected bridges in Freetown.
https://wn.com/Masada_Waste_Management_Company_Partners_With_R.M.F_Sierra_Leone
Waste To Wealth in Makeni, Sierra Leone

Waste To Wealth in Makeni, Sierra Leone

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  • Updated: 29 May 2014
  • views: 1410
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Our DFID funded Waste to Wealth project in Makeni, Sierra Leone has recently come to an end, resulting in the establishment of 6 micro-enterprises all working with waste. Film-maker Mike Duff visited Makeni back in March to see what we had been up to. Living Earth Foundation have committed to continue providing support to these 'Waste to Wealth' enterprises for the next 6 months, and have already recruited a Project Officer and a Business Development Mentor to work with them to help them develop sound business and marketing plans. We hope that in this period they will be able to create a market for these new products, and contribute to Makeni City Council's waste management strategy in the process! To keep up to date with our work in Sierra Leone, check out our website and twitter feed! http://wastetowealth.livingearth.org.uk/ https://twitter.com/w2wafrica
https://wn.com/Waste_To_Wealth_In_Makeni,_Sierra_Leone
Upcycling and Recycling in Sierra Leone: The trash pioneers of Bo

Upcycling and Recycling in Sierra Leone: The trash pioneers of Bo

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2015
  • views: 428
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Pots made of dumped cans? Fertilizer made of biological waste? Young trash pioneers in Bo, a city of Sierra Leone, are doing exactly that. They clean their city and contribute to local employment, upcycling projects and organic farming. Learn more on that project by Welthungerhilfe: http://www.welthungerhilfe.de/en/get-informed/our-projects/projectarticles/recycling-in-sierra-leone.html
https://wn.com/Upcycling_And_Recycling_In_Sierra_Leone_The_Trash_Pioneers_Of_Bo
The Waste Transformers and Masada Waste Management clean up Freetown

The Waste Transformers and Masada Waste Management clean up Freetown

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  • Updated: 28 Nov 2016
  • views: 76
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The Waste Transformers create decentralized, nutrient and energy hubs by converting residual waste streams into energy, whilst recovering (on-site) the natural resources and water in the waste. We empower local communities to leverage their waste to power positive change. Using smart business models, we do this in a way that is financially attractive today. It is a small-scale, high impact approach that is revolutionizing the way we deal with waste. http://www.thewastetransformers.com
https://wn.com/The_Waste_Transformers_And_Masada_Waste_Management_Clean_Up_Freetown
Ons vuil in Afrika

Ons vuil in Afrika

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  • Updated: 19 Apr 2013
  • views: 9303
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In Ghana verknallen duizenden kinderen hun gezondheid door op ware gifstorten onze oude computers, TV-toestellen en koelkasten te ontmantelen. VRT journalist Jan Holderbeke volgde vorig jaar de afvaltrafiek van de haven van Antwerpen naar het West-Afrikaanse land. Maandelijks vertrekken vanop de kade in Antwerpen tientallen containers met zogenaamde e-waste richting Derde Wereld. Antwerpen is op dat vlak samen met Rotterdam koploper in de wereld. Die e-waste, onbruikbare computers, TV-toestellen en koelkasten van bij ons, zit vol giftige stoffen : CFK's, zware metalen, .... Zonder de minste controle halen Ghanese kinderen daar de toestellen uit elkaar. Ze verbranden de bekabeling, om het zuivere koper over te houden. Dat het verbrande PVC kankerverwekkende dioxines vrijmaakt, weten ze niet. Het loodpoeder uit beeldbuizen stapelt zich in hun jonge lichamen op, en remt de ontwikkeling van hun hersenen. Ze slaan het koelcircuit van oude koelkasten met stenen aan diggelen, en hebben niet de minste bescherming tegen de CFK's die zo vrijkomen. Giftig afval uitvoeren naar de Derde Wereld is volgens de EU-wetgeving verboden. Maar het is ook tot honderd keer goedkoper dan het milieuvriendelijk te verwerken bij ons. Een verbod is waardeloos als er geen controle is. In Antwerpen vonden we wel gemotiveerde inspecteurs, maar ze zijn met veel te weinig. Af en toe slagen ze erin een container tegen te houden, maar het gros geraakt moeiteloos weg. En in Ghana vonden we al helemaal geen controle. (Vranckx, 18 juni 2010)
https://wn.com/Ons_Vuil_In_Afrika
160/365 - The Most Garbage I've Ever Seen (Sierra Leone)

160/365 - The Most Garbage I've Ever Seen (Sierra Leone)

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  • Updated: 25 Jun 2014
  • views: 260
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Daily I share awesome, adventure-filled stories.
https://wn.com/160_365_The_Most_Garbage_I've_Ever_Seen_(Sierra_Leone)
Don't throw rubbish in the street of Sierra Leone

Don't throw rubbish in the street of Sierra Leone

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  • Updated: 22 Nov 2016
  • views: 61
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https://wn.com/Don't_Throw_Rubbish_In_The_Street_Of_Sierra_Leone
Liberia's Ebola human waste dilemma

Liberia's Ebola human waste dilemma

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  • Duration: 2:29
  • Updated: 24 Feb 2015
  • views: 40
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In Liberia, new infections of the Ebola virus have dropped to one-tenth from levels seen when the virus was at its peak. The country recently reopened its border with Sierra Leone and lifted its nationwide curfews after several months of closure. But the country still has the problem of what to do with huge quantities of potentially infectious human waste. health insurance uk.
https://wn.com/Liberia's_Ebola_Human_Waste_Dilemma
UNDP Delivers Autoclaves to Sierra Leone

UNDP Delivers Autoclaves to Sierra Leone

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  • Updated: 22 Dec 2014
  • views: 603
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#EbolaResponse - undp.org/ebola With support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF), Sierra Leone has begun to use new, environmentally-friendly sterilizing equipment to help dispose of the vast amounts of contaminated protective equipment and infectious waste generated in treating Ebola patients. The sterilizing machine, known as an autoclave, decontaminates used medical equipment and waste such as syringes, personal protective suits and gloves through several cycles of high-pressure steam and vacuuming, allowing for their safe disposal. It is the first of its kind in any of the Ebola-affected countries and is now functioning at the Ebola Treatment Units (ETU) at Police Training School Treatment Centre Two in Hastings and No. 34 Military Hospital in Freetown. Autoclaves present an alternative to burning waste in open pits, barrels, or inexpensive incinerators without air pollution control equipment, which produce dangerous fumes and expose workers to flames. With autoclaves, medical waste is processed in safe barrels designed to minimize contact and comes out as a dry and sterile plastic mass less than half the initial volume. The equipment requires electricity and water for the internal steam generator, and a small drain for releasing sterilized liquids and steam. The autoclave was designed under a UNDP/GEF project and is manufactured by a South African company, Mediclave to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis and other diseases that can be transmitted through infectious waste. UNDP is working to roll out the technology to 11 treatment centers across Sierra Leone and plans to send some units to Guinea and Liberia, the other two most-affected countries. The initiative, worth USD 4 million, is partially cost-shared by the Government of South Korea.
https://wn.com/Undp_Delivers_Autoclaves_To_Sierra_Leone
Surviving Kissy Burmeh dump in Freetown, Sierra Leone   :   Kaikai News

Surviving Kissy Burmeh dump in Freetown, Sierra Leone : Kaikai News

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  • Updated: 27 Jul 2016
  • views: 7165
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On Thursday, July 21 thousands of people scrambled to the Kissy Burmeh dump site after learning a vast haul of chicken was to be buried there. The imported chicken were deemed unfit for human consumption. However, the desperate individuals that gathered were able to carry away large amounts of the contaminated chicken. The Kaikai News crew travels to the dump site to report on the incident. Whiles there we discover an entire community surviving on the waste of others… Visit www.kaikainews.com for more original documentaries from Sierra Leone
https://wn.com/Surviving_Kissy_Burmeh_Dump_In_Freetown,_Sierra_Leone_Kaikai_News
Trash to Salone

Trash to Salone

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  • Updated: 30 Jan 2016
  • views: 1218
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Hi guys, allegedly the government of my beloved country, Sierra Leone (the advisor to president and the president) has just sign a contract with Lebanon for them to be able to export their trash to our country. please remember to LIKE, COMMENT, AND SHARE. Connect with me: FB @Freetowntok IG: @Freetowntok87 SC: @Freetowntok Email: Freetowntok@gmail.com More Links: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2016/Jan-09/331020-sierra-leone-agrees-to-take-in-lebanon-trash-report.ashx http://yubanet.com/world/Lebanon-Plans-to-Dump-Garbage---But-Sierra-Leone-Rejects-Deal.php#.Vqxt1I-cGUk http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2016/Jan-11/331215-sierra-leone-denies-agreeing-to-accept-lebanons-garbage.ashx
https://wn.com/Trash_To_Salone
Europe's Old Scrap is Poisoning the Coastlines of Africa

Europe's Old Scrap is Poisoning the Coastlines of Africa

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2016
  • views: 1333
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Toxic Computer Waste (2009): Could the waste we export to countries like Ghana one day come back to haunt us? For similar stories, see: How Europe's Waste is Poisoning Ghanaian Children https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeMlkGrYxJw Is Recycling the Solution to the World's Plastic Problem? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NY-FKOOkPcM Is Sierra Leone on the Verge of an Environmental Disaster? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6_9qWcrJuY Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/film/4434 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures Ships dock every day in the port of Accra and unload their illegal cargo. Tons of televisions, computers, e-waste from Europe land here. Scrap dealers are keen to resell the outdated technology. "Only those functioning properly can be exported, but checks are almost impossible." Africa has no use of these obsolete computers, and earnings are very minimal. Locals are forced to send their children to contaminated scrap yards to help increase family income. "Bad recycling spreads contamination to rivers, lagoons and the sea, poisoning fish that lands not only on the tables of locals, but also finds its way to where it originally came from – Europe." As Christina Schroeder argues: “ "The poison is not in Africa, it comes to Africa”." ORF – Ref. 4434 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
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Flatbed Rice Dryer of 5 tons capacity Built by FINIC in Sierra Leone

Flatbed Rice Dryer of 5 tons capacity Built by FINIC in Sierra Leone

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  • Updated: 12 Sep 2016
  • views: 1160
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This Flatbed Rice Dryer of 5 tons capacity was designed and manufactured by FINIC in Sierra Leone. The equipment removes moisture content of 5 tons (100 bags) of parboiled rice at the rate of 1.5% per hour. Usually, parboiled rice has a moisture content of 29%. To bring it to the required 13% for milling, it will take the equipment about 10 hours. The fuel for generation of the heat source for the equipment is Engine Waste Oil ( spent engine oil) consumed at the rate of 10 litres per hour. Given the efficiency of the burner, the equipment hardly emits smoke and One of the good attributes of this equipment is that fumes of the burning oil does not enter the drying bin. Rather, clean hot air, at 45 degrees Celsius does the drying. With that, no smell of fumes is mixed with the rice. The rate at which it removes water from parboiled rice (50 litres per hour) makes it a suitable equipment to dehydrate other agricultural produce such as Cacao beans, mango chips, onions, garlic, pepper etc. The equipment can be designed to function without electricity thus making it suitable for any rural setting. Any interested individual, Organization or company anywhere in the world, can contact us and we will be willing to partner with a local metal workshop in that country to construct the equipment. I would like to acknowledge the contribution of the able FINIC staff listed below whose resilience and creativity led to the successful completion of the design: Paul Brima Conteh, Abdulai Kargbo, Foday Sheku Sesay, Mohamed Koroma, Tejan Sesay, Santigie, John, Kandeh, Almamy and Bisor. Special thanks also go to the Management of Lion Mountains Agrico, a Rice Processing Company operating in the South of Sierra Leone, most especially Mr. Mike for his trust of our capabilities and the patronage.
https://wn.com/Flatbed_Rice_Dryer_Of_5_Tons_Capacity_Built_By_Finic_In_Sierra_Leone
SOTE   Waste Management WEB

SOTE Waste Management WEB

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  • Updated: 28 Aug 2012
  • views: 59
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The Green Actors of West Africa present SOTE: The State of the Environment. A video series on the major environmental topics in the West African region. This 10 min. episode is on waste management. It is showing the threats to people and environment. But it also shows solutions and positive examples of NGO initiatives in Benin, Ghana and Sierra Leone.
https://wn.com/Sote_Waste_Management_Web
The making of Operation Clean Freetown

The making of Operation Clean Freetown

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  • Updated: 15 May 2017
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Rubbish and waste in Freetown’s streets, waterways and gutters is polluting the environment and contaminating the city’s water, leading to an increase in diseases such as malaria, typhoid and diarrhoea. Freetown City Council and Western Area Rural District Council (WARD C) are working with the President’s Delivery Team, the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, the Ministry of Trade and Industry, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation, the Ministry of Youth Affairs and the Freetown WASH consortium on Operation Clean Freetown (OCF). It is funded by the Government of Sierra Leone and UKAID and aimed at reducing the risk of epidemics by improving solid waste management in the city.
https://wn.com/The_Making_Of_Operation_Clean_Freetown
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