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These 4 methods can help solve Ghana’s plastic dilemma

Ghana currently only has waste recovery and recycling rates of 12% and 10% respectively. Image: REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko

Clem Ugorji

Colette van der Ven

Founder and Director, Tulip Consulting

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