PATHMOS provides capacity building capabilities necessary for developing and maintaining successful waste management programs in municipalities, both large private and public institutions, in sub Saharan region. Utilizing PATHMOS’s extensive Resource and Advisory Network that include global waste management experts and scientist, we provide on-site customized assessments of our clients’ waste handling needs and volume in order to provide the most responsive recommendations that is not only cost effective but also sustainable.
If you are a state, municipal, university or corporation with waste management challenges, PATHMOS can provide solutions ranging from recycling and composting to our proprietary ZERO WASTE PROGRAM. In Africa, PATHMOS Consulting is the first and only firm to introduce the novel idea of converting heterogeneous residential and industrial waste to fuel and other inert reusable byproducts utilizing the technology of Plasma gasification and vitrification.
The Zero Waste Program eliminates the need for the present day antiquated and cost ineffective dumpsites littered across the region that pollute both the environment and the underground drinking water. The innovative Zero Waste Program is one of many models of waste management that PATHMOS has to offer in the sub Saharan region. As a socially conscious firm, we operate on the notion that our efforts in waste management must “leave a clean environment for us and the next generation.”
The PATHMOS approach to effective waste management covers all the areas of processes and equipment necessary to meet the expected outcome of a cleaner, greener environment.
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