Waste management is an important part of the urban infrastructure as it ensures the protection of the environment and of human health. It is now one of the major global environmental challenges being faced equally by all developed & developing countries. Waste management is something that should be a joint effort between government, industries and citizens. Our planet suffered tremendous damage after the industrial revolution when people mass-produced and then mass dumped products.

The social and economic development of a Africa Region caused an increase in pressures on its environment and increases the need for a reduction in environmentally damaging activities. Some of these damaging activities involve the production and disposal of waste. The more waste we produce, the more we have to dispose, either by recycling and re-using, burial (landfill) or burning (incineration). The production of consumables in the first place, and their disposal when used uses up valuable natural resources and energy, processes which can impact upon the environment and in particular the atmosphere through pollution. Sustainable waste management encourages the generation of less waste, the re-use of consumables, and the recycling and recovery of waste that is produced.


Waste Management

Waste Management

Solid waste management (Collection, storage, transportation, processing).



Promote investments in the field of recycling and waste management.

Policies and Legislatures

Policies and Legislatures

Integrate efforts to develop a national strategy for recycling and waste management that considers policies, legislatures and implementation mechanism.

Waste Management and Recycling

Waste Management and Recycling

Review of local and international experiences in the field of recycling and waste management.



Review the modern methods, technologies and solutions for good management of industrial, medical and residual waste.

Waste health and environment

Waste health and environment

Define negative impacts of waste on health and environment as well as working on waste disposal through economically feasible methods.


Our respected Guest and Speaker for the event. ( Invited and Confirmed )

  • Judi Wakhungu* – Cabinet Secretary , NEMA
  • Prof. Geoffrey Wahungu* – Director General , NEMA
  • Powell Maimba – Managing Director , Galanaoil (K) LTD
  • Karen Basiye – Senior Manager, Sustainability and Social Policy , Safricom
  • Njiru Njeru – CEO , Kenya chamber mines
  • Mary Thongoh Muia – Organization development consultant , Waceke
  • Ronald Ndegwa – Managing Director , Savannah Cement
  • James Ngethi – Head of HSSE , VIVO Energy
  • Steve Muli – Environment Health and Safety , British American Tobacco Kenya Ltd
  • Patrick N. Kimani – Chief Executive Officer , Kenya Livestock Producers Association
  • Abdouraman Bary Head – Chemicals, Waste & Air Quality , UNEP
  • Abdi Ali* – Managing Director , East african gasoil Ltd
  • Lucy Munyugi – EHS Leader , General Electric Healthcare
  • Yusa’ Hassan* – Managing Director & CEO , ENGEN KENYA LTD
  • Joe Sang* – Managing Director , Kenya Pipeline Company Limited
  • Phyllis Wakiaga – Chief Executive Officer , Kenya Association of Manufacturers
  • Ismail Fahmy M. Shaiye – CEO , Water Services Trust Fund (WSTF)
  • Francis Kihumba  – Chemicals and Waste Expert ,Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
  • Abdinasir Ali Hassan* – Managing Director , Hass Petroleum
  • Alex Avedi – GM Operations & Safety , Kenya Airports Authority
  • Francis Njuguna*  – Ag. GM, Upstream Operations , National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • Pacaline Mbangu  – National Director of Sanitation , Ministere de L’Environnement
  • Nomeny Evelyne – National Director of Sanitation , Ministere de L’Environnement
  • John Guda  – Charge of safety, health and environment , Kenya Power
  • Cyrille-Lazare SIEWE – Head Kenya Country Programme , UNEP
  • Beatrice Orgut – Head of Safety and Environmental , Kenya Pipeline Company Limited
  • David Ngige Muguro -Secretary , Dajopen Waste Management Group
  • Vincent Kongo – Minister , Ministere de L’Environnement
  • John Guda – Deputy Manager Safety Health and Environment, Kenya Power
  • Dr Amit N. Thakker – Chairman of the Board , Africa Healthcare Federation
  • Damien Lungili Kabuka – Director, Focal point of Rotterdam Convention , Ministry of Environment
  • Bosco Lolem – Senior Public Health Officer , Environmental Health (Pollution Control)
  • Godfred Osukuku – Geo Physicist , National Oil company
  • Flavian Mutunga – Environmental Health and safety Executive , British American Tobacco Kenya Ltd
  • Sithabile Tirivarombo – Earth and Environmental Sciences , BIUST
  • Mishelle Govender – Chief Director – Department of Environmental Affairs SA
  • Kgauta Mokoena – Chief Director – Department of Environmental Affairs SA
  • Homba Blou – Director – Department of Environmental Affairs SA
  • Calistus Makokha – EHS –  Manager – Beta Healthcare International Limited


  • CEO / Managing Director / Director / VP / GM / CFO / CTO / COO, Directors
  • Managers of Sustainability, Directors and Managers of Environmental Policies
  • Ministry and regulatory Authority Representatives
  • Health and Safety Officers, and QHSE Managers and Directors
  • Developers and Building Constructors
  • Facility Owners/Operators, Suppliers, Industry Experts & Professionals
  • Environmental and Quality Managers & Practitioners
  • Chemical and Petrochemical Processing Professionals
  • Waste Management & Recycling Professionals, Water Management Professionals, Industrialists and Manufacturers
  • Property Managers, Architects, Project Managers of Building Facilities
  • Scientists & Researchers, Research and Development, Innovation Managers, Engineers, Consultants, Academicians
  • Policy makers, Senior Governmental

Industries Involved

  • Waste Processing & Service Companies
  • Cement manufacturing & processing companies
  • Steel processing & Manufacturing Companies
  • Plastics manufacturing and processing
  • Government & Private Hospital & Health Care Facilities /Authorities
  • Green Sustainability Consultants
  • Power and Energy Management Companies
  • Building and Construction Companies
  • Environmental Regional Regulatory Authorities
  • Environmental NGOs, Sustainable Energy Companies
  • Oil & Gas Companies, Industrial Plants
  • Wastewater Utility Companies Desalination Utility Companies Power Utility Companies
  • FMCG companies
  • Master Project Management Companies
  • Water Reuse and Conservation Companies
  • Municipal Authorities, Waste Management & Control Authorities
  • Research Organizations /Universities
  • Environmental Management Organizations


The papers covered a wide variety of topics which were classified in the following sessions:

  • Hazardous waste
  • Reduce, recycle and recovery
  • Health care impact
  • Remote sensing
  • Energy from waste
  • Landfill optimisation and mining
  • Pre-treatment of MSW (municipal solid waste)
  • Industrial waste management
  • Wastewater

Researchers, educators, government officials, consultants, managers, community leaders and others with expertise in waste management and recycle are invited to submit papers for oral presentation or poster session at the Conference.

Hazardous wastes can take the form of solids , liquids, sludges, or contained gases, and they are generated primarily by chemical production, manufacturing, and other industrial activities. Industrial Liquid-waste management can cause substantial harm to human health and safety or to the environment. They may cause damage during inadequate storage, transportation, treatment, or disposal operations. Improper hazardous-waste storage or disposal frequently contaminates surface and groundwater supplies. People living in homes built near old and abandoned waste disposal sites may be in a particularly vulnerable position.
The objective of this course is to learn about the risks associated with industrial liquid waste and how to find remedy to existing problems and to prevent future harm from hazardous wastes.

First Day

  • Introduction to Industrial Waste
  • Types of industrial
  • Waste Analysis Plan (WAP) guidance
  • What is a hazardous waste management facility?
  • What kinds of units do facilities manage hazardous waste in?
  • Hazardous Waste Permitting
  • Tools for treatment, storage and disposal facilities (TSDFs)
  • Managing Used Oil
  • Use and Management of Containers

Second Day

  • The Cradle-to-Grave System
  • Thermal Treatment
  • Tank Systems
  • Waste Piles
  • Landfills
  • Incinerators
  • Standards for the Recycling of Materials, Liquid Wastes and Hazardous Wastes
  • Groundwater monitoring


Partnership Opportunities for the Conference on Waste Management and Recycling Africa Summit 2017.

➜ Network with industry peers and experts from different industries and gaining valuable knowledge

➜ Discover alternative methods of waste disposal

➜ Recognize and promoting cost-saving approaches that improve efficiency and reduce regulatory requirements

➜ Improve your waste management practices to comply with regulatory standards

➜ Discover practical waste management tools, models and resources that can be applied to your business

➜ Cut costs of your waste budgets by adopting strategic approaches to minimize waste

➜ Learn new technologies from waste to energy plans



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