The Sustainable Inclusive Approach

Sustainable Inclusive Business – Kenya  has made one of their focus areas Circular Economy. The biggest challenge to sustainability lies in the current linear – take, make, waste economic model and an out dated energy system.  Circular Economy brings together all different and urgent cross-sectoral topics in order to drive towards a low-carbon economy (and meeting the SDGs). The circular Economy is based on these principles: Rethinking, Redesigning use of materials, Reusing and Recycling.

Here we support (Plastic) waste management issues, recycling opportunities, incubate business solutions, design alternatives and collaborate with existing good practices and proven business models examples. It results in local manufacturing, job creation and value addition.

One of Kenya’s Big Four Agenda is Manufacturing. We also look at: how can we make one industry’s by product into another industry’s raw material?  In a circular economy, companies prioritize reuse and manufacture products designed to keep resources in use for as long as possible. We believe this is a direct way to create more jobs

A circular economy is based on the principles of designing out waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use, and regenerating natural systems. – Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Sustainable Inclusive Business identified an urgent need for Rethink & Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle the materials in these sectors:

Waste
Waste

Redesign-Reuse-Recycle

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Hospitality & Tourism
Hospitality & Tourism

Plastics-Alternatives-Meetings/Events

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Construction Industry
Construction Industry

water

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Horti/Floriculture
Horti/Floriculture

Regenerative Models – Plastic – Materials – Waste (organic, other)

Retail Industry
Retail Industry

Plastic-Recycling-Collection

Textiles
Textiles

OUR WORK

Our Partners in Circular Economy