Our projects

Most of our current projects are confidential, due to restrictions outside of our control.

We spent most of 2021 working with different types of stakeholders (city governments, established waste management companies, startups and NGOs) to understand the waste management landscape from their different perspectives. Since then these types of projects form a minor part of what we do.

Collaboration with Ecopath

Lagos, Nigeria

Since July 2021

Ecopath is a for-purpose startup that re-manufactures ink and toner cartridges, thus fostering the development of the circular economy in Nigeria. We are helping them with business strategy and partnerships.

Collaboration with ELMAR

England, UK

Since Mar 2021

Ecological Landfill Mining and Recycling (ELMAR) is a non-profit dedicated to tackling environmental pollution from breached historic landfills in the UK. We are helping with partnerships and with researching technologies for landfill mining and recycling of extracted waste.

Collaboration with Premier Enviro Solutions

Freetown, Sierra Leone

Feb-Aug 2021

Premier Enviro Solutions is a social enterprise with a mission to provide innovative, sustainable and affordable waste management solutions. We were helping them with projects related to processing plastic waste into building blocks and safe disposal of medical waste.


Collaboration with LAWMA

Lagos, Nigeria

Jan-Jun 2021

Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) was developing a new waste management strategy for the city. We were advising them on potentially relevant technologies, partnerships and funding mechanisms.

Collaboration with Pyro-degrade Energy

Nairobi, Kenya

Jan-Jun 2021

Pyro-degrade Energy is a for-purpose startup that developed a technology to produce low carbon footprint pyro-diesel from plastic waste. We were helping them with fundraising for their first industrial scale plant.

Consulting for Gikoko Kogyo Indonesia

Jakarta, Indonesia

Jan-Feb 2021

We assisted with greenhouse gas emissions reduction calculations to evaluate a municipal solid waste infrastructure project involving multiple technologies, including waste sorting and shredding machinery powered by in-house refuse-derived fuel (RDF) and an anaerobic digestion system.


Collaboration with Green Worms

Kerala, India

Dec 2020 - Jan 2021

Green Worms introduce waste collection services in small coastal towns in India. We were helping them with developing external communications strategy. Our goals were to improve their engagement with stakeholders and to assist with initiating collaborations with organisations outside India.