kamal ladib

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What problem does your business address?

there is no facility in Morocco to recycle electrical and electronic devices.

What solution do you bring to this issue?

we want to make workshops to help creative beginners to MAKE their own Projects by reusing old materials or fix old machines.

There lots of engineer students, newbie technicians and technology amateurs that are eager to make and remake lots of DIY’s. DIY stands for Do It Yourself. This method has been proven to be the best way to learn electronics, electricity, mechanics, carpentry, programming skills and everything. But unfortunately, those youngsters don’t have the ability to buy everything necessary to kick-start their career nor the proper environment to make a DIY. Our project evolves around making a space for the youth, to learn and sharpen their skills by doing. by providing them the tools, spare parts and recycled devices. At the same time, we will be fixing broken or defected technologic devices. Since there are no companies or facilities that recycle electrical or electronic devices because it’s been proven that electronic devices like batteries Batteries are one of the most dangerous items to leave in a landfill. The thin metal exterior of a battery will decompose in 100 years, exposing the heavy metals inside, which will never decompose and are toxic to the environment. So people need to be aware of such things and handle these stuff carefully. And finally, we can finance that workshop by selling the fixed and refurbished devices.

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