Changes in The Nigerian Waste Management Pschye

When you talk to MD’s at state waste management authorities in Nigeria, they all want to emulate the LAWMA example. Lagos State has internally generated revenue that dwarfs that of every state in Nigeria. They have also enjoyed continuity in governance. Asiwaju Tinibu was succeeded by Raj Fashola who is following a plan that they have in place.

When other states can make plans that go beyond three years only then can they enjoy the success of Lagos State.

One encouraging thing we hear is that they all want to use waste as a resource for employment, for organic composting and when possible for electricity.

Atlantic Waste & Power Systems provides solutions that allows our clients to do exactly that.