ABOUT OUR FOUNDATION
ICCM International Conservation and Clean up Management was established in 2017. We are a nonprofit organisation based in Lilongwe, Malawi and are working to become fully self-funded. Our mission is to transform waste management in Malawi by working with individuals, communities, schools, businesses and government to educate, engage and empower people to reduce, reuse, recycle responsibly; this will result in social and economic benefit. We are proud to support 15 of the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
WHAT WE DO
ICCM Malawi are a trusted partner of governments, businesses and NGOs around the world to create opportunity from waste, promote best practice for waste management, protect peoples' health and promote a clean environment in Malawi.
WASTE MANAGEMENT HUBS
ICCM is developing waste management hubs throughout Lilongwe, to provide convenient and affordable ways for communities to recycle their waste. Our hubs are designed to address the specific waste management needs and challenges of each community. We are developing spaces where communities can come and learn about the importance of waste management, and how they can generate income through waste innovation.
WASTE COLLECTION SERVICES
ICCM collects waste from individual households, as well as commercial businesses and offices. By choosing ICCM to be your waste management service provider, you will be disposing of your waste responsibly and cost-effectively, as well as supporting a social enterprise that puts Malawian people and the environment first.
ANNUAL GREEN BUSINESS PROGRAMS
Our specialised team offers an annual package to provide businesses with :
Environmental waste audits
Waste management training and events
Waste innovation workshops
Businesses can positively impact people and place with our programme. Get in touch for a personalised quote
RESEARCH & FINDINGS
We take a data-driven approach to our work. Here, we share our team's expert knowledge and experience with you as well as other industry-leading materials
WASTE AID TOOLKIT
Making Waste Work is a toolkit for community waste management in lower- and middle-income countries. It builds on the practical experience & know-how of waste managers and recycling entrepreneurs from across the globe.
WASTE FLOW DIAGRAM TOOL
The University of Leeds partnered up with a number of organisations to create a Waste Flow Diagram tool which enables cities and municipalities to quickly assess their municipal solid waste management system and map the flows of waste, so that they understand the level of plastic / waste leakage and can take action.
REPORT : NO TIME TO WASTE
This report is aptly named for the pressing need to tackle the problem of plastic pollution, now. A report by Tearfund, Fauna & Flora International (FFI), WasteAid and The Institute of Development Studies (IDS).
REPORT : DAVID ATTENBOROUGH PLASTIC POLLUTION
A new report is one of the first to reveal how plastic pollution is impacting the world’s poorest. David Attenborough has lent his voice to a report that’s one of the first to highlight the impact that plastic pollution is having on the health and well-being of people globally — with a specific focus on the world’s poorest.
AFRICAN OUTLOOK WASTE MANAGEMENT BY UNITED NATIONS
Following the success of the Global Waste Management Outlook, IETC has been leading the development of a series of regional and thematic Waste Management outlook. The Africa Waste Management Outlook is part of this series and looks at the continent's trends in waste management and calls for action for improvements in the sector.
Whether you're an individual, business, NGO or Government, feel free to get in touch with us to discover more about our work and how to get involved. We want to hear from you whether it's so we can help you, or you can help us. Let's share information and skills, partner up on new initiatives, work together to organise waste-positive events, set up waste management facilities, financially support this mission. Be part of something good.
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