Despite the arrival of a rainy summer the project has been progressing, taking crucial decision and gathering in important meetings.
During the past month it has been decided that the composting method that is going to be used in Freetown is the box compost. In simple words, a box compost method means that the organic material is enclosed in a wooden box with air holes which allows oxygen in. This enables the degradation to proceed correctly.
The technical group has, with the aid of the communication group, worked on drafts for information material. These documents are later going to be used as templates for applications (infomational) and as mailings where we promote the project. The overall aim is to inform partners/funders about what we have done so far, what we are intending to do in the future and most importantly where we are standing at this very moment.
The Integrated Sustainable Waste Management has now been created as a group on Facebook by Kommunikationsgruppen INUG. We encourage as many group members and collaborators as possible to join us! The intention is to make it easier to stay in touch with other group members and using a fast channel for the spread of important information.
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