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The Alliance to End Plastic Waste and Grameen Creative Lab team up


The Alliance to End Plastic Waste (AEPW) announced a partnership with the Grameen Creative Lab to support development of Zero Plastic Waste Cities to reduce plastic waste leaking into the environment.


Zero Plastic Waste Cities are being developed by the Grameen Creative Lab, an organization founded and led by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus. This project will develop and implement social businesses to enable improved municipal waste management systems. Starting in 2020, projects will be launched in two separate cities in India and Vietnam.


“We need to build a circular economy in order to achieve zero plastic waste pollution. Entrepreneurship and social business will go a long way in achieving this goal. Grameen Creative Lab wants to create new opportunities for waste pickers, and we are delighted to partner with the Alliance to End Plastic Waste for this initiative,” said Prof. Muhammad Yunus.



ABOUT AEPW: Established in 2019, the Alliance to End Plastic Waste (AEPW) is a not-for-profit that includes companies that make, use, sell, process, collect and recycle plastics.



ABOUT GRAMEEN CREATIVE LAB: Founded in 2009, The Grameen Creative Lab’s mission is to spread the idea of social business to serve society’s most pressing needs.


Source: Alliance to End Plastic Waste