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Circular Economy Solid Waste Management Approach for Urban Areas
Capacity building support Unknown  +
Country name Kenya  +
Currency US$  +
Description of activities Instead of waste being collected for dispoInstead of waste being collected for disposal only, the NAMA facilitates the diversion of 90% of collected waste away from disposal sites and towards various recycling practices. It also aims to create multiple links currently missing in the value chain: recycling points, where waste will be sorted for subsequent recycling; and composting facilities, for the organic waste treatment. The NAMA will research and operationalize new recycling technologies as well as strengthen existing recycling industries. This will include conversion of organic waste to insect based protein, terra-preta production (enriching compost with waste-based charcoal), using residual waste for cement kilns, and a study on the treatment of hazardous waste fractions. The NAMA will be carried out in two phases: * Years 1-5: infrastructure development phase * Years 6-15: full-scale operations phase So far, successful pilot models have already been tested by SMEs in Nairobi.ve already been tested by SMEs in Nairobi.
Economic benefits * job creation in the sector (expected to add 1600 jobs to the economy)
End of implementation 16 September 2030  +
Environmental benefits * reduced emissions
Financial support Yes  +
Financing received to-date 0  +
Financing requested 39  +
Financing status Seeking financing  +
Highlight Yes
Last edited 16 September 2016 07:32:32  +
Objective The objective of the NAMA is to promote anThe objective of the NAMA is to promote an alternative to the existing waste value chain in Kenya. The rationale behind this NAMA is that the waste sector in Kenya faces numerous challenges and Nairobi, for example, produces around 2,400 tons of waste every day, of which only 38% is collected and less than 10% recycled. The remaining 62% is left on illegal dumpsites and next to houses or burned, causing severe health and environmental problems. severe health and environmental problems.
Proponent Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources , UNDP Low Emission Capacity Building (LECB) Programme
Scope of action National  +
Sector name Waste  +
Social benefits * improved safety * improved health conditions for the communities
Source of financing Multilateral  +
Stage Under development  +
Start of implementation 16 September 2016  +
Start of initiative 16 September 2016  +
Sub-sector Solid waste management  +
Technology transfer support Unknown  +
Title Circular Economy Solid Waste Management Approach for Urban Areas
Total cost 39  +
Total emission reductions 0.8  +
Type of NAMA Supported (with unilateral elements)  +
Type of action Strategy/Policy  +
Type of financing Grant  +
UNFCCC registry submission false  +
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