Financial Inclusion & Improved Livelihoods Out of Plastics (FINILOOP)

2018 - 2020 • WASTE advisers on urban environment and development

Purpose

To create green jobs and local circular economies through scaling plastic recycling

Activities

FINILOOP aims to create green jobs and local circular economies through scaling plastic recycling. FINILOOP stands for Financial INclusion and Improved Livelihoods Out Of Plastics. The project focuses on increasing recycling rates in Asia and Africa by professionalizing the plastic recycling sector and improving segregation at source at household level. At the same time it will create green jobs and stimulate local circular economies.

To scale plastic waste management systems in Asia and Africa, FINILOOP uses a multi-stakeholder approach - the diamond approach - to involve the entire value chain in plastic. We do so by:

1. Raising awareness about plastic waste, its health effects and source separation at household level
2. Professionalising the plastic recycling sector and introducing innovations
3. Integrating local financial resources and developing new finance products
4. Setting up collaboration with governments and development partners to make scale happen

As a result we improve the quality of solid waste services and the quality of recycled plastic, while boosting plastic recycling rates. FINILOOP focuses on building local capacities in facilitating plastic recycling loans to improve recycling infrastructure, plastic recycling business development, and waste segregation at source.

FINILOOP programmes started in India and Senegal. In these countries our activities focus on building local capacities and enabling circular economies related to plastic recycling. All to ensure sustainability. Similarly, FINILOOP programme countries depend on each other for innovation and local knowledge sharing.

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Location of main activity

Objectives

• Create green jobs
• Prevent marine litter
• Increase recycling rates
• Improve the socio-economic conditions of waste pickers in India
• Professionalize the plastic recycling sector/kickstart plastic recycling businesses

Further information

Partners:
• Amref Flying Doctors
• FINISH Society
• RDO Trust
• LVIA
• Plastic Fantastic
• METRO Group

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Meet: FINILOOP

Contact information

Sophie van den Berg
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Asia & Pacific Dutch government Europe, Caucasus & Central Asia International NGO Market development Resource recovery Specific to one or several countries Sub-Saharan Africa

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WASTE advisers on urban environment and development
The Hague
Netherlands


WASTE works towards sustainable improvement of the urban poor's living conditions and the urban environment in general. Our multi-year, multi-country programmes and projects have a focus on bottom-up development in relation to recycling, solid waste management, ecological sanitation and knowledge sharing. WASTE, located in the Netherlands, teams up with organisations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe that share its goals and approaches.

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