Kenya Association of Waste Recyclers (KAWR) is the umbrella body for the private sector industry involved in the materials recovery from waste; this includes and is not limited to, retrieval of materials from waste, repair, refurbishment, recycling, remanufacturing, composting, power generation, or any other initiative aimed at extracting value from material that would otherwise have been discarded as waste.
Our Core Objectives
Creating recycling awareness among the public and training members on most efficient recycling approaches for different waste streams.
KAWR is the leading voice on behalf of recyclers at the national and local levels on legislative and regulatory issues with an aim of improving business climate for recyclers.
Enhancing the recycling capability of members through forming partnerships, cooperation and other forms of understandings with other stakeholders.
Collection and sharing data regarding waste generated and recycling trends in Kenya with and other interested parties.
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- We are a national umbrella body of individuals and enterprises that engage in recycling as a waste management as a social enterprise.
- Membership: Open
- Current members: 457 spread across the country.
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