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2 Min Read.NAIROBI – Nzambi Matee hurls a brick hard against a school footpath constructed from bricks made of recycled plastic that her factory turns out in the Kenyan capital.
“Our product is almost five to seven times stronger than concrete,” said Matee, the founder of Nairobi-based Gjenge Makers, which transforms plastic waste into durable building materials.
Matee gets the waste from packaging factories for free, although she pays for the plastic she gets from other recyclers.