“Bungoma County has a serious waste and energy problem and this project is one small step towards making positive changes. This project can be easily replicated and is a wonderful way to enable Bungoma County to recycle waste provision of solid waste services, including waste collection, transfer, recycling, resource recovery composting, landfill facilities and disposal in a creative and practical way. Following on from this first Jatonet Tech bottle house the children at the public/private Schools and communities of in Bungoma County are planning to start collecting bottles for making the bottle ‘bricks’ for the schools and rural communities with poor housing. Students, communitity, youth groups, women groups will be involved throughout the build. The project will take millions bottles out of landfill, waste management, education and environmental conservation.”
Envirofit International is already known for its clean-burning cooking stoves, which have been on the market since May 2008. Since then, the stoves have reached 60,000 customers. Over the next five years, these stoves could reduce CO2 emissions by over 400,000 tons and prevent over 85,000 kg of black carbon from entering the atmosphere, all while generating savings of $18 million. Now the Colorado company has unveiled the next generation of its stove: the G-Series, a cheaper, more durable model suitable for poor families in the developing world.
Previous Envirofit stoves have been constructed from ceramic, but the new G-Series stove is made out of metal--a stronger material that is cheaper to produce. All of the company's single-pot stoves use wood, coal, and crop waste--the same materials used in traditional stoves--but Envirofit has developed a combustion chamber that uses up to 60% less fuel than other stoves and slashes toxic emissions by up to 80%.
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We are located in Bungoma town, Muteremuko road next to Maps Hotel opposite to Nabukelema Steel Works. We are 30 Km away from the Kenya-Uganda border and approximately 450 Km west of Nairobi capital city of Kenya.
We organize African Safaris through adventure of identified tourist sites within western region of Kenya including; Mt. Elgon National Park, Mwibale hills, Sikele sia Mulia (Mulia's foot print on a rock), Saiwa swamp and Sitatunga (a goat that stays in water), Kabuchai hills (the eye to Lake Victoria), Buema hills with distinct natural knives and guns in prints the rocks, natural dam at Mwanja hill, natural water pond at marakaru hill, Namasanda dam, Nabuyole water fall among other Interesting adventures.Our activities are within the western region and Mt. Elgon ecological zone whose diverse fauna and flora is quite unique for adventure.