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The WEEE Center visits WorldLoop

From the 10th till the 16th of September, we had the pleasure of receiving Seth Munyambu, manager of the WEEE Center as well as Miriam Ndavi, Head of Technical Team of ...

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WorldLoop provides training on responsible dismantling and recycling in Ethiopia

June 27th, 2016 - In 2013, WorldLoop formed a partnership with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO). WorldLoop recognised UNIDO’s vast knowledge in promotin...

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Progress on e-waste collection in the Haut Katanga province, DRC

June 17th, 2016 - At the beginning of 2016, Benelux Afro Center (BAC) a.s.b.l. with the support of WorldLoop together with Groupe One and its local partner CDEG re...

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“Education for Changing the Electronic Waste Cycle in Burundi” project update

With our support and the King Baudouin Foundation, WorldLoop's partner GLICE has successfully completed its first year of the project named "Education for Changing the Electronic Waste Cycle in Burundi". After validation...

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ICT e-waste collection expands to Katanga

February 15th, 2016: Despite the positive role that ICT equipment play in socio-economic development of developing countries, they can also be source of serious danger towards the environment and health of the population. Concerning the DRC, some studies have shown that 26,100 to...

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CSR program in Belgium supports ICT e-waste collection in Burundi

September 10, 2015: How partners from totally different sectors manage to collaborate with WorldLoop to change the e-waste cycle? For example, what does a Burundian e-waste recycling entrepreneur, a large ...

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Bo2W applied to Portable Batteries in Kenya

November 2, 2015: WorldLoop is proud to announce a bi-lateral partnership with STIBAT and BEBAT, the Dutch and Belgian battery collection organisations. ...

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BAC (DRC) wraps up first year of 2-year project with Stichting Gilles

October 14, 2015: "There is an African proverb saying if you want to walk fast, walk alone. If you want to walk far, walk together." WorldLoop's partner ...

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New smart phones for employees means sustainable phone recycling in Burundi

What does a Burundian e-waste recycling entrepreneur, a large consulting firm and an IT leasing company have in common? Not much unless you bring together the core businesses of all three through a socially ...

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Thousands employed in e-waste management, better training needed in Abidjan

Oct 12, 2015: Last week WorldLoop's Project Manager, Luc Severi found himself on the Akouedo Dumpsite in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. As part of WorldLoop's work in the European Union's Horizon2020...

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