A Waste Management Company of Equatorial Guinea

  • Solid & Liquid waste incineration Plant
  • WASTE CRUSHING & BALING FACILITY
  • LEAD BATTERY RECYCLING PLANT/USED TIRES AND PLASTIC SHREDDING FACILITY
  • Waste Collection
  • Waste Collection
  • Waste Collection
  • Waste Management Facility

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Mission/Vision

We use non-violent, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems

Mission

Provide a Total Waste Management Service for the reuse, recycling via combination of special services and the operation of our own facilities.

Vision

Our aim is to make Golden Swan the largest supplier of integrated Waste Management and Environmental Solutions.

Objective

Promote an integrated approach in dealing with waste which focuses on prevention, minimization and   responsible disposal of waste.

Our Services

We Collect, Recycle & Dispose most type of Hazardous as well as Non-Hazardous Waste including to all but not limited to the following Waste.

 

WASTE CHEMICALS

 

LEAD ACID BATTERIES

 

SCRAP METALS

 

USED TYERS & RUBBER

 

ELECTRONIC WASTE

 

MEDICAL WASTE

 

ASBESTOS WASTE

 

OIL SLUDGE / MUD

 

All TYPE OF USED FILTERS

 

FOOD & DOMESTIC WASTE

 

SCRAP PLASTICS

 

WASTE GLASSES

 

USED PYROTECHNICS

 

USED BEVERAGE CANS

 

WASTE WOOD

 

CONTAMINATED DRUMS

 

WASTE GREASE

 

WASTE RAGS

 

PAINT WASTE

 

WASTE OIL

Recent News

Recent News from across the globe about environment issues.

Important Facts

Some of the Important facts about our projects which are going on right now in different regions.

When the different materials are seperarted before being loaded, the gate rate will decrease because it will be easier to sort through the commercial/industrial waste. When renovating or demolishing, a handy tip would be to seperate your waste before hiring a skip to reduce air space and the recycling fee.
Victoria’s ozone protection framework has been in place since the late 1980s and has helped ensure Victoria plays its part in meeting Australia’s international obligations under the 1987 Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Laye.
Greenhouse gases act like a blanket around Earth, trapping energy in the atmosphere and causing it to warm. This phenomenon is called the greenhouse effect and is natural and necessary to support life on Earth. However, the buildup of greenhouse gases can change Earth’s climate and result in dangerous effects to human health and welfare and to ecosystems.
Is there a scientific consensus on climate change?

The major scientific agencies of the United States — including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) — agree that climate change is occurring and that humans are contributing to it. In 2010, the National Research Council concluded that “Climate change is occurring, is very likely caused by human activities, and poses significant risks for a broad range of human and natural systems”.

Is it too late to do anything about climate change?

It is not too late to have a significant impact on future climate change and its effects on us. With appropriate actions by governments, communities, individuals, and businesses, we can reduce the amount of greenhouse gas pollution we release and lower the risk of much greater warming and severe consequences. Many of the actions that we can take to address climate change will have other benefits, such as cleaner, healthier air. In addition, communities can take action to prepare for the changes we know are coming.

Is the hole in the ozone layer related to the climate change we are seeing today?

The ozone hole and climate change are essentially two separate issues. The “ozone hole” refers to the destruction of a layer of ozone molecules found high in Earth’s atmosphere. When healthy, this ozone layer helps to shield Earth from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays. The ozone layer has become thinner because of chemicals called chlorofluorocarbons that were once commonly used in products ranging from spray cans to foam furniture cushions. A thinner ozone layer allows more ultraviolet rays to reach Earth, increasing the risk to humans from skin cancer, cataracts, and other health impacts. This, however, has only minor effects on climate change.

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