Gadgets Namibia teamed up to clean up

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Co-organised by Recycle Namibia forum and Plastic Packaging (PTY) LTD, the Clean Up Challenge called all namibian businesses, clubs, churches, schools and individuals to get together and organize a clean-up around their surroundings.

The 18th of March marks the celebration of the Global Recycling Day, and this challenge aligns perfectly with that. The Clean Up Challenge is calling to action and this is exactly what is needed to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Gadgets Namibia as a proud Namibian business accepted the challenge and took the initiative to take part in the Clean Up Challenge that is proudly sponsored by Rent A Drum Namibia and Plastic Packaging Namibia. In the morning of wednesday, 17th of march 2021, workers of this company teamed up to clean up their surroundings.


As posted on the facebook page of Gadgets Namibia on march 17, "The objective of cleaning is not just to clean, but to feel happiness living within that environment" – Marie Kondo.

As a 100% namibian owned company, Gadget Namibia provides innovative ICT products and services. Founded in 2010, the company has grown to become a trusted source with committed employers working consistently to assist their customers. By doing so,Gadget Namibia allows its customers to focus on their core competencies.

By joining the Clean Up Challenge, Gadgets Namibia demonstrates responsibility for the environment but also sets an example as a firm that cares about sustaining the environment. Workers of the company have devoted their valuable time to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals by freeing the ecosystem from plastics and other wastes.



Waste management is extremely important to make the SDGs a reality.

Most important, a proper wastes management relies on a proper waste sorting and disposal system. Our ecosystem is fragile and an inappropriate waste management has the potential to irreversibly damage it. Reducing waste, stopping the use of plastics, etc are the ultimate solutions.

While we continue to increase our waste, sorting becomes our unique key to keep this world safe for us and the future generations.

The 18th of March marks the celebration of the Global Recycling Day. This should not be the only day where we recycle. Recycling is a way of living. Like Gadgets Namibia, let es hope that other companies will give a priority to recycling.

On the Global Recycling Day, we remind ourselves that we are responsible for our planet. Our actions can save it or damage it. It is a very good thing that companies, individuals, churches, schools, etc join the Clean Up Challenge. If we want to achieve the SDGs, we need to keep the Clean Up Challenge going.




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