Guwahati among 2 Asian cities in zero-waste challenge
U.K.-based worldwide NGO launched the challenge to search out entrepreneurs with progressive concepts to assist cut back or recycle waste and create inexperienced employment alternatives
Guwahati is among two city centres in Asia — and three throughout the continents — that includes in a zero-waste cities challenge launched by U.K.-based worldwide NGO WasteAid to search out entrepreneurs with progressive concepts that assist cut back or recycle and create inexperienced employment alternatives.
The solely different Asian metropolis that includes in this challenge is Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City. The third is Johannesburg in South Africa.
“The competition is part of a programme to encourage a circular economy and inclusive livelihood opportunities in these cities. Two winners in each city will be awarded €10,000 and mentoring support to help make their idea a reality,” WasteAid’s Michelle Wilson mentioned.