Ghanaian Creative Builds Unique Triple-Compartment Waste Bin Using Recycled Plastic and Plywood

Ghanaian Creative Builds Unique Triple-Compartment Waste Bin Using Recycled Plastic and Plywood

  • A Ghanaian female artisan has built a triple-compartment waste bin using 95 percent recycled plastic lumber and five percent plywood
  • Emmanuella Appiah took to LinkedIn to share stunning images of her latest showpiece with her followers
  • While some lauded her talent, others said they wanted the same thing and asked for the price in the comment section

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Emmanuella Appiah, a talented Ghanaian female artisan, has built a triple-compartment waste bin using 95 percent recycled plastic lumber and 5 percent plywood.

The entrepreneur took to social media to share pictures of her latest impressive showpiece.

Ghanaian female artisan builds triple-compartment waste bin using recycled plastic and plywood.
Ghanaian artisan Emmanuella Appiah. Photo credit: Emmanuella Appiah (LinkedIn).
Source: UGC

How Emmanuella Appiah captioned the pictures

Sharing the images on her LinkedIn account, the creative captioned the pictures as:

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''Finally completed and delivered the triple-compartment waste bin made of 95 percent recycled plastic lumber and 5 percent plywood,'' she said.

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The images left netizens impressed as many took to the comment section to express admiration for her work. Some asked for the price of the waste bin.

See the photos here and read some of the comments YEN.com.gh compiled below:

Sebastian Appram posted:

I need one; how can I get it?

Emmanuella B replied:

Dm me, please.

Desmond Bonsu Boateng reacted:

Keep on revolutionalising and keep on changing minds.

Emmanuella Appiah replied:

Thank you, I will.

Shelynna Adjana commented:

This is awesome. Keep it up.

Tokunbo Ige said:

Great job. They may need wheels though.

Ofosu Emmanuel commented:

Does it have a lid/cover? Otherwise, I think it may serve as a breeding ground for mosquitoes in the rainy season. The polythene in the waste bin, not the waste bin itself would be the contributor.

Talented UCC PhD student developing unique refrigerator to keep farmers' vegetables fresh

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported in a previous story that a creative PhD student at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) in Ghana is developing a unique refrigerator to help farmers keep their vegetables fresh.

The cooling system is said to be one of the best traditional methods of keeping farm produce from rotting until farmers transport it to the market.

The refrigerator, which involves less capital investment but is very productive, will help prevent or reduce postharvest losses to keep the farmers in business, making the sector attractive.

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Nathaniel Crabbe (Human-Interest editor) Nathaniel Crabbe is a journalist and editor with a degree in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, where he graduated in 2015. He earned his master's from UPSA in December 2023. Before becoming an editor/writer of political/entertainment and human interest stories at Asaase Radio, Crabbe was a news reporter at TV3 Ghana. With experience spanning over ten years, he now works at YEN.com.gh as a human interest editor. You can reach him via nathaniel.crabbe@yen.com.gh.

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