Waste Me Not

Waste Me Not is a Harare-based organisation with a mission: to support the reduction of waste and pollution by promoting alternative and environmentally sustainable solutions.

Is it Greener?

Things don’t always appear as green as they may seem. It’s like the old saying, “the grass is greener on the other side”: we all know that is not always the case. Just because they say it is “green” or “environmentally friendly” does not always guarantee that it is, so what can you do to be as green as you can be? You can ask questions. Asking questions is free and we deserve to get the answers we are looking for.

Mission Zero

We are on a mission, but where will our mission land? Will our mission be zero waste or zero life? Regardless of what mission you choose, I am afraid we are already on a mission together. Unfortunately we can’t tell you where we will land and how it will end. Zero waste would be the best possible outcome for our landing because it would enable us for a more waste circular economy: make, remake, return, reuse, repair, recycle and rot.

Simply Sustainable

Sustainability is a word many of us may not really understand. Perhaps we do because we hear it so often, but have you really taken the time to understand its true meaning? There are so many terms: biodegradable, compostable, eco-friendly and sustainability that we tend to overlook the fact that each term has a specific meaning.