Students score a 12 for report on waste management in Kasese

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Four students from Aalborg University Copenhagen working with access2innovation on the WWF Green Energy Champion District in Kasese have achieved the highest possible grade for their report on waste management.
The students spent time in Kasese in Uganda in December last year, investigating and analysing the waste collection system and mapping the stakeholders.
The report will be significant in the on-going process to develop feasible business cases for Danish companies who will be working with local authorities and organisations in Kasese.
Students Josefine Vanhille, Andreas Wolf, David William Drysdale and Kenneth Hansen identify and describe three different paths for the future waste management system: an extension of the waste system with a centralized biogas plant, one where an incineration facility is added, and a baseline pathway where the existing system is improved without the introduction of additional technologies.

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