One of the top regional packaging markets is Kenya, the largest market in East Africa. The top supplier of machines and equipment for food weighing and packaging.
In order to announce its arrival into the East African food sector, the leading provider of packaging equipment in Kenya.
The Kenya Packaging Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Kenya’s new circularity strategy for plastics is built around innovation. Kenya’s new strategy for developing a circular economy for plastics was laid out in the Kenya Plastics Pact.
A number of significant elements, including innovation and industry dialogue, are included in the roadmap. In order to speed the development of the circular economy for plastics, Kenya is putting a coordinated action plan into place.
Stakeholders recently endorsed and published the Kenya Plastics Pact (KPP), which was created. The goal of the project is to raise money to support Kenya’s efforts to collect, recycle, and repurpose plastic waste.
It brings together a number of players in the waste value chain, including the Kenya Extended Producer Responsibility Organisation, the Kenya PET Recycling Company, and the Nairobi Waste Collectors Association (KEPRO).
The ultimate goal of the Kenya Plastics Pact is to make all plastic packaging in Kenya reusable. Thus, eliminating single-use plastic packaging that is “unnecessary or detrimental” will be the initial step.
Business plans for product redesign will also be developed. Adding circularity to the plastics value chain will promote resilient and sustainable economic growth (KEPSA). This will assist in the creation of jobs by collecting and recycling plastic.
The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) estimates that the country presently produces 480 tonnes of plastic each day on average. Producers of plastic packaging will also be held accountable under new laws.
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