Cambridge Industries is a holistic waste management and renewable energy generation company, delivering leading technologies to address waste and energy deficiencies in Africa.
Cambridge Industries produces clean/green energy while solving waste-related problems by reducing the amount of waste going to landfills. It turns one of Africa's most challenging social problems, the management of waste, into a source of new wealth.
Cambridge's 'Green Vision' is a comprehensive sustainable clean and renewable power generation and waste management system designed specifically for African cities. Effective power generation and waste management are among the principal challenges faced throughout Africa, particularly in its rapidly urbanizing cities.
Cambridge Industries provides local governments with an efficient, cost-effective solution to resolving power deficits while managing municipal waste, from garbage collection to the treatment and ultimate conversion of the waste to low-emission, renewable electricity and useful byproducts such as recycled metals and building materials.
Scalable Waste-to-Energy Solutions for Sub-Saharan Africa
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In this interview, AZoCleantech speaks to Anguil about the decarbonization of battery manufacturing,
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In this interview, AZoCleantech talks to Olivia Madamba about Ethylene Oxide (EtO) opportunities and the new regulations proposed by the EPA.
In this exclusive interview, co-founder and CTO of PolyGone Systems, Nathanial Banks, discusses the groundbreaking technology behind the biomimetic Artificial Root microplastic collection device.