Firm Launches Mobile App, Gets APM Terminals Support

Indigenous recycling company in Nigeria, ‘Freee Recycling Limited’, has launched its recycling mobile application in Lagos, just as it garnered support from maritime container terminal operator, AP Moller Terminal

The Managing Director, Freee Recycling Limited, Ms Ifedolapo Omisore, while unveiling the mobile App to the Head of Procurement AP Moller Terminals, Nigeria, Ms Chinyere Adenaike, revealed that the mobile App was built to encourage efficient product and data collection to serve a variety of clients across the tyre recycling value chain.

AP Moller Terminal had in 2022 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Freee Recycle Limited to supply used tyres which the recycling company would recycle into various products like rubber interlocking tiles amongst others with a vision to deploy the recycled tiles into the tiling of no less than 10 school playgrounds in Lagos.

The MoU, which would run for five years would help to create environmentally friendly pieces for public use through collaboration between AP Moller Terminal and Freee Recycling Limited.

Omisore explained that, “while the pilot project has only been deployed to one school of the projected 10, we have built a mobile App to expedite the process of aggregating and collecting tyre waste which connects all stakeholders in the tyre value chain.

Also speaking, the Executive Director, of Sage-Grey Technologies and App Developer of the Freee Recycle app, Atiba Adejumo, noted that the App is a game changer for the recycling industry as it would “help Freee to reach a lot more people who want to recycle responsibly culminating in positive impact for the environment through recycling.”

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