The Recycler offers professional waste management and recycling solutions for waste streams in Tanzania. We specialize in separating all kinds of recyclable waste in order to process and trade to domestic and international markets.
The company has also set up recycling collection points throughout the city and is researching large-scale bio-gas, waste to energy, insect-derived protein and informal collection networks.
The Recycler provides a range of services for commercial and industrial clients.
- On-site sorting and collection of recyclables
- Waste and recyclable reporting
- Reducing waste to landfill
- Removal and proper disposal of general waste
- Safe hazardous waste destruction
The Recycler's Impact
HOW CITIES' MOST UNDERSERVED NEIGHBORHOODS ARE MAKING THEMSELVES MORE RESILIENT
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KUREJEREZA TAKA NI UTAJIRI ULIOJIFICHA NCHINI
By MTANZANIA - October 28th 2016
Kampuni ya kurejereza taka ya Recycler Tanzania, inatarajia kuanza uzalishaji wa funza kwa kutumia mabaki ya taka ya vyakula na mimea. Funza hao wana protini kwa wingi kuliko dagaa hutumika kama chakula cha mifugo ikiwemo kuku, nguruwe, samaki na viumbe vingine...
Announcing The Winners Of The Blue Economy Challenge
By Innovation X - September 16 2016
We have a winner– ten of them! Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop today announced the winners of the Blue Economy Challenge at the World Wildlife Fund headquarters in Washington, D.C. The winning innovations range from low-cost micro-scale farming to improved seaweed farming technology for women...
DAR RECYCLER WINS AFRICA'S TOP AWARD
By The Guardian - March 5th 2016
The Recycler, a firm that offers professional waste management and recycling solutions for waste streams in Tanzania, has won the 2016 Sankalp Africa Awards top prize after beating more than 250 enterprises from across Africa. [...]