This is a programme from Mushroom Kenya that is aimed at preventing plastic pollution by recycling plastic bottles to make products such as houses, dustbins & more.
These approach can improve sustainable development and help us adapt and build resilience to the impacts of climate change.
To be one of the leading youth led organization promoting Eco-friendly products by recycling used plastic products in Kenya.
Encouraging climate smart solutions in Kenya and Africa to mitigate the impact of global worming.
Why Join Us?
Impact | transform | Promote climate smart Solutions
There are millions of plastics used daily
The plastics takes hundreds of years to breakdown to smaller pieces never to completely dissapear.
Climate Change is a global Issue
The climate control measures is an international issue that calls each and every person to contribute in ensuring that we promote activities that undermine increase pollution & in global worming.
Your Contribution is valuable
Your support in promoting plastic pollution free environment is very significant in controlling climate change effects on earth.
The dangers of plastics on our Health
Why we need to recycle plastic bottles
Recycling means upcycling
An emptied plastic bottle still has life in it and can be used again, so filter your rubbish and then see what you can use for craft projects and up cycling—providing cheap, creative and eco-friendly fun for you, the kids or a local school or community centre.
Recycling provides material for new products
On a larger scale, the more we pop our plastic bottles in the recycling bin, the more material there is available for manufacturers to turn it into something else in industry, for example as fibres to make new clothes.
Recycling conserves energy
It takes two thirds less energy to make products from recycled plastic than it does to make them from scratch from raw materials*. This reduction of industrial activity means less pollution and fewer green house gases emitted.
Recycling saves natural resources
Taking used materials and recycling them into new products results in a reduced need for new raw materials, meaning, quite simply, that natural resources can be preserved.
Recycling reduces landfill
The more we recycle, the more plastics are turned into new products and the less waste ends up in landfills—recycling just one tonne of plastic saves 7.4 cubic yards of landfill space*.