There is a gap between when Mother Nature is heartily working and how we work towards keeping her healthy. We should work hard to keep the universe healthy,but unfortunately, we’ve laid down our guard and left it all to Mother Nature. A market exists where our activities can help Mother Natures activities. WeCyClean products fill that.
Landfills are filling up rapidly with degradable wastes. Up to 62% of municipal waste in western world is biodegradable but as noted by author Debra Lynn Dadd and researches done by the University of Arizona, biodegradation in landfills are slow or not occurring altogether. The research uncovered still-recognizable 25-year-old hot dogs, corncobs which should naturally take just 2 months and grapes as well as 50-year-old newspapers that were still readable. China is 25 years ahead of its landfills schedule. Remember, in 2017 China stopped importing wastes from the US, Japan, yet, it’s finding it difficult to deal with wastes. Our country is in a state of uncertainty itself. Over 5 million people lives 10km around the Olososun landfill in Lagos and people living 3km away regularly suffer from numerous health problems like skin irritation, dysentery, nausea and water-related diseases.
Leachate from the Solous 2 landfill site has contaminated groundwater. The Epe dumpsite is just 2km away from the Oshogbo river. Or do we write about that of Lapite in Ibadan? Or Eneka in Port-Harcourt?
Researches have shown that more than 75% of third world nations lack access to clean water. Research shows that water borne diseases have killed more people in Afghanistan than terrorism have done in the past 7 years. Not trying to lay off blame on terrorism but unclean water is a more proven killer. Recently 400 Lagosians have been infected with gastroenteritis. Mode of transmission? Unclean water. Is the future bleak? Or will something beautiful come out of that future? Welcome the Future.
WeCyClean is a company that intends to solve one of mans biggest problem, water, as well as sustaining it in areas where groundwater is contaminated, using classic, inexpensive and efficient means. With a large population of over 840 million who lacks access to clean water, WeCyClean will prove to be a game changer in socio-environmental development, working to solve environmental issues. Unlike most companies and individuals that think of wastes as problems, we see it as a solution. A success.