New recycling company vows to keep Kokstad clean

2016-07-08 06:00
Russel Garcia (left) and employee Beryl Small recycle cans.  Photos: Siphelele Nketo

Russel Garcia (left) and employee Beryl Small recycle cans. Photos: Siphelele Nketo

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PIKIT is a new recycling company that will assist Kokstad and townships to stay clean.
Founder Russel Garcia said the company collects empty cans, bottles, paper, boxes and vehicles for recycling.

Garcia started the company last month and has employed 10 Kokstad people. He encouraged residents and business people not to throw bottles and paper on the street, rather he asked them to keep them together and give it to him.
“I use bailing machines to process old goods.”

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