Waste management as a social problem has neither spared the developed nor developing nations. Indeed, a visit to some cities and towns in Ghana reveals aspects of the waste management problem such as heaps of uncontrolled rubbish, polythene bags, plastic bottles and sachets scattered all over places and gutters .
YouSort World has delve into it and ready to partner with interested investors to turn waste problems in the country into a gold mine. This is to set up a recycling and compost plants in Ghana to curb the challenge, while generating good revenue.
Recycling business is booming in Malaysia, and some other countries and with them, they even import these wastes for recycling. Whereas in Ghana, these waste are everywhere for free which the government, and societies will eagerly support to supply these wastes for recycling at minimal or no fee. This waste management portfolio is opened to welcome companies and individual investors to come on board as it is a lucrative venture to mine at the moment in the economy of Ghana and Africa at large.
Wate management in developing countries is a gold mine to making millions of dollars. The global waste market, from collection to recycling, is estimated at $410 billion a year, not including the sizable informal segment in developing countries. Overall, an estimated 1.3 billion tonnes of solid waste is collected worldwide, a figure expected to increase to 2.2 billion tonnes by 2025, with almost all of the increase from developing countries. YouSort Company on their Waste Management Portfolio is inviting investors to establish recycling plants to goldenly mine this opportunity in Ghana.