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Transformation of biodegradable / Transformation of biodegradable

Transformation of biodegradable

Kinshasa is a large city in Central Africa, which is located in the Democratic Republic of
Congo, is also the capital of this country. This big city contains about 12 million inhabitants
who are distributed in the 24 municipalities. It is often found that a large part of the
population is concentrated more in the popular neighborhoods Kingasani and Kingabwa,
which are also poor neighborhoods with a large crowded population. As a result, each dwelling produces its own waste each day which is biodegradable and non-biodegradable in an environment where there is no sanitation service each dwelling manages in its own way to dispose of waste.

Client / Manufacturer

CESEN

CESEN
Kinshasa, Congo - Kinshasa

Design

CESEN

CESEN
Kinshasa, Congo - Kinshasa