The MPH approach enables villages to enforce and offer incentives to separate materials at source

A decentralized, low-tech and low-cost, community-owned solutions network, empowering communities to drive change

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Separation is the key

MPH creates binding community agreements and builds community owned infrastructure that effectively enforces the rules of separation and educates entire villages to be the leaders of change

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90% of our materials can be recycled back into our economy

Good environmental policy needs to continue to reduce the amount of materials that are needed to drive our economy, while material and waste management infrastructure needs to redirect used products back into production

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Community owned facilities

Building and developing infrastructure that can effectively improve over time, is key to changing the broken waste management system. Making facilities community owned creates responsibilities and new opportunities to change

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Growing and empowering community leadership

Educational programs, community events, management guidelines, booklets, financial tools and local village policy design, underline the MPH approach

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Creating valuable revenues and sustainable profits

Community owned infrastructure receives funding from the government and private investors. The MPH approach is building a network of capable managers that can grow valuable revenue streams from collection fees and the sale of materials, compost and services.

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Reinvesting and building consistency

MPH is building and developing an approach that effectively allows the communities to reinvest into themselves and their infrastructure, creating a basis for sustainable development

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WE HAVE ENOUGH VILLAGES SIGNED UP AND WE NEED TO CONTINUE FUNDING A MOVEMENT THAT KICKSTARTS THE CHANGE