Eco-Clean Ghana Foundation
Eco-Clean collects and recycles plastic waste into reusable products
Eco-Clean Ghana recycles waste into resources and creates entrepreneurial opportunities for the vulnerable in our society. It uses permaculture and ecovillage sustainable modules in turning waste into resources and creating livelihood empowerment opportunities.
Eco-Clean Ghana works with farmers, women, youth and schools in rural communities in Ghana to turn plastic waste into school bags, laptop bags and backpacks. The enterprise also has other lines of products and activities such as mushroom farming and training. Revenue is generated from the sales of these products.
Our heartfelt condolences to the family of Mr Charles Katere and the Eco-Clean Ghana Foundation who lost their son and leader on 27th June 2023 in Wa in a motor accident. At SEED, we remember Mr Charles Katere not only as an Award winner but as innovative young man with impactful works in the eco-enterprise space in Ghana. He welcomed new ideas, inspired others, and smiled.
May your soul rest in peace, Mr Katere!
Global Ecovillage Network Africa (GEN Africa) supports Eco-Clean Ghana with project funds to implement empowerment programs for youth and environmentally sustainable projects.
Institute for Sustainable Energy Environmental Solutions Ghana (ISEES Ghana) supports Eco-Clean Ghana with technical training on business development, and other climate-environmental issues.
The SEED Low Carbon Awards 2021 in Ghana, India, Indonesia, South Africa, Thailand and Uganda are sponsored by the International Climate Initiative (IKI) of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU).