Circular plastics value chain to be tested in Nigeria

6 May 2021

A study is to test the use of blockchain in establishing a circular value chain in Nigeria to convert waste plastics into packaging.

The work will involve digitising collection points, recyclers, and waste streams in Lagos to track waste and see if recycling can be made commercially viable.

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