Recycle Up Ghana supports Achimota School with Mckingtorch Christmas tree

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Recycling up, an NGO working to educate and empower Ghanaian youth to develop local solutions to waste problems has partnered with Mckingtorch Africa to have over 70 Achimota School students fabricate a 20 feet tall waste bottles Christmas tree on their campus in time for the carols night event.

This is not the first time such a collaboration is taking place.

Recycle Up Ghana supports Achimota School with Mckingtorch Christmas tree

Mckingtorch Africa keeps partnering with organizations that care about the environment and will go a long way to make a difference and influence young people along the journey.

Recycle Up Ghana supports Achimota School with Mckingtorch Christmas tree

The (Christmas tree) installation has over 1300 waste bottles in them and can be reused every year.

Recycle Up Ghana supports Achimota School with Mckingtorch Christmas tree

The plastic waste bottles were recovered from homes, offices, and the environment for upcycling and recycling.

Recycle Up Ghana supports Achimota School with Mckingtorch Christmas tree

The Mckingtorch Christmas tree has been one of the most powerful advocacy tools used to influence the behaviour of people in the city of Accra on how to handle plastic waste.

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