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Solid waste management in three counties is set to improve thanks to provision of equipment worth KSh26 million (232,750 Euros) by Lake Victoria South Water Services Board (LVSWSB).

The three are  County Government of Kericho, County Government of Nyamira and County Government of Migori.

The Board of Directors led by Amb. John Arap Koech and CEO Eng. Petronilla Ogut have flagged off the equipment that includes: seven tractors, seven trailers (skip loaders), and 86 waste bins/containers

The appalling state of solid waste management in the country is a big concern. Counties being the duty bearers in this service delivery have a responsibility to ensure sound management of solid wastes to reduce pollution that also gets to our waters. This affects the quality of water in the long run.

The rapid population growth especially in urban areas has overstretched the capacity of County Governments to adequately handle solid waste; hence the equipment will be relevant in providing services reforms to bring an end to unsightly areas of uncollected or illegally dumped solid wastes.

The provision of the equipment is expected to improve the sanitation levels in the above project towns through improved collection and disposal of solid waste.

The solid waste problems facing our country are not impossible to solve but they need concerted effort from all sectors of society.

Moving forward, the equipment has been distributed as follows:

Kericho: Three Tractors, three trailers and 40 waste bins

Keroka:  Two. Tractors, two trailers and 25 waste bins

Isebania: Two Tractors, two trailers and 21 waste bins

The equipment was  purchased from funding that is  part of the African Development Bank (AfDB) funded Lake Victoria Water Supply And Sanitation Project Phase Two (Lvwatsan II).

LVWATSAN II project is funded through a grant to East African Community for its 5 member States with the main objective of improving the health and quality of life of the Lake Victoria Basin population, through protecting the environment of Lake Victoria, and contributing to the reversal of the lake water pollution through improvement in sustainable water supply and sanitation infrastructure to 15 secondary towns in Lake Victoria Basin. In

Kenya, the program is being implemented in 3 towns of Kericho, Keroka and Isebania/Sirari (Tz).


Media enquiries and interviews:

Name of Media Contact                  Maureen Odiwuor
Title Of Media Contact                   Corporate Communications Officer
Company Name                            Lake Victoria South Water Services Board
Contact Phone Number                  +254725253643
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