What we do

We believe that there is only one of the earth we live in, so we need to take care for it, now and for the future generations. ICCM is working to ensure people are sensitized and excited to understand the environment and its importance with the aim to create a waste free Malawi.

1. Education

This will be done by increasing education and understanding about different resources while being conscious about our health and the environment. With clean places, land, forest, beaches and rivers: people will naturally think before they throw waste into the tidy space and know it is not good to dispose of waste inappropriately.

We work with many private and government schools and expand our programs and link them with existing WASH activities.

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2. Waste collections

There are multiple options available, please contact us to learn more about it : 

OFFICE RECYCLING COLLECTIONS

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SMALL BUSINESS RECYCLING COLLECTIONS

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HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING COLLECTIONS

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We expect all recyclables to be separated and cleaned on collection. This eases the process at the Waste Transfer Station so we can reuse the items with no extra work.

ICCM RECYCLING DROP OFF POINT

LILONGWE WILDLIFE CENTRE

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There is an ICCM donations box at the reception of the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre so please give any cost you can afford to ensure we cover fuel costs and any profit can expand our education and waste innovative strategy programs to improve the livelihoods for people in the peri-urban and rural areas using waste.

If you want to drop off your waste at Lilongwe Wildlife Center.

Contact : +265 99 367 53 64

 

3. Innovations

We work with City Council Waste Transfer Stations management teams. Check out what we can do reusing your waste :

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4. Events

We work at events separating waste and raising awareness of innovations and income generating activities.

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