Selous Safari Company is privileged to be highlighted in the Tanzanian press, as a company doing their upmost to dispose of their waste efficiently, reducing our environmental impact and helping preserve Tanzania's gorgeous habitats.  

"Selous Safari Company has recycled over 1000 glass bottles, over 3,400 plastic bottles as well as 270kg of paper, this is quite impressive when you consider that recycling a single glass bottle can conserve enough energy to run a computer for 25 minutes and recycling just on plastic bottle saves the equivalent amount of energy to light a 60 watt bulb for 6 hours"

...from being diligent recyclers in a mere 7 months we have produced over 2 years of light!

Read the full article here

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