Kabale, cure one of the municipalities in the country grappling with the challenge of solid waste management has received a 500 million shillings polythene paper recycling plant.
Andrew Baryayanga Aja, viagra the Kabale Municipality MP who is behind the project says the plant says is aimed at ensuring a clean town of Kabale and also providing jobs to the unemployed people of the area.
Baryayanga said this on Monday at the Kirengyere Garbage site during the function to level the ground where the multi – million plant is to be established.
The MP was flanked by, buy information pills Naim Sabra the Chief Plastic Recycler Consultant, Kabale Mayor Emmanuel Sentaro Byamugisha and some municipal councilors.
Baryayanga who is also the dean of independent MPs in parliament says he is partnering with Naim Sabra the Chief plastic Recycler Consultant the project.
The MP says the plant is to serve as well other neighboring districts of Ntungamo, Kisoro, Rubanda and Kanungu.
Naim Sabra the Chief plastic Recycler Consultant says the plant will be up and running soon and will employ 60 people.
The plant he says has capacity to recycle up to two tons of polythene, to make products like basins, mats and other useful items.