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DAWERR: From Fashion to Landfill: How to break the Chain - 1200 x 628

From Fashion to Landfill: How to Break the Chain

The fashion industry is witnessing an increase in fast fashion generated by cheaper and speedier manufacturing and shipping methods. This trend is driven by consumers’ desire for the latest styles and their increasing purchasing power It has resulted in a significant environmental problem; textile waste, which is classified into two major types: pre-consumer and post-consumer textile waste.

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DAWERR: Electronic Plastic Waste, A Lurking Danger - 1200 x 628

Electronic Plastic Waste, A Lurking Danger 

Technological progress has enriched billions by enhancing lives globally. The accessibility and production of Electronic and Electrical Equipment (EEE) have driven their widespread incorporation in households. These devices, including phones, laptops, and appliances, contain e-plastics; without proper management, they exacerbate the e-waste crisis, though some items endure longer, while disposal varies.

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Recycling Wasted Opportunities

The lack of sustainable waste management strategies has had a severe impact on the community and the environment in Lebanon. As the costs of waste mismanagement pile up, the lost opportunity of turning this waste into revenue and raw material grows even greater.

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DAWERR: Nadeera Wins the Clearinghouse Program

Nadeera wins the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Clearinghouse 2021 program under the USAID Diverting Waste by Encouraging Reuse and Recycling (DAWERR) Activity with the aim of developing a digital marketplace for recyclables, challenging companies to provide innovative solutions in tackling the issue of matching buyers and sellers.  

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