Japanese government has treaded in to rescue Nairobi’s stinking garbage hazard.
Asian powerhouse on Thursday revealed that a new technology was being industrialized unambiguously to challenge the waste which has been a steadying problem in the city.
Speaking to the press at City Hall, Japanese Ambassador to Kenya Toshitsugu Uesawa specified that ‘Fukuoka technology’ will contribute in mechanical biological management, tunnel composting and sewage handling.
Uesawa added that the technology was still undertaking tests and is projected to be trundled out in the county later this year.
While mounting the gesture from Japan, Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero said that the expertise would also offer …read moreRead more