GreenCape, in partnership with the City of Cape Town, has publsihed an industry brief looking at the opportunity for waste-to-energy (WtE) in Cape Town and the Western Cape. Read more

GreenCape, in partnership with the City of Cape Town, has published a new case study titled "Food Waste Upcycling: Upgrading Food Waste to Insect Protein". Read more

Request for Quotation: Digital Global Biogas Cooperation – Production of promotional videoBackgroundEstablished in 2010, GreenCape is a non-profit organisation that drives the widespread adoption of economically viable green economy solutions… Read more

GreenCape has published a new industry brief, supported by the City of Cape Town, that analyses waste-to-energy solutions for businesses. Read more

GreenCape, in partnership with the City of Cape Town's Department of Enterprise and Investment has published an industry brief titled: Circular economy solutions for primary, waste activated and digested wastewater sludge.… Read more

GreenCape, supported by the Western Cape Government, has published a case study that explores how Elgin Fruit Juice, a leading fruit processor in Grabouw, uses anaerobic digestion and biogas as… Read more

The Western Cape Industrial Symbiosis Programme (WISP), delivered by GreenCape, develops mutually beneficial links between companies from all industrial sectors, so that under-utilised resources such as energy and water, and/or… Read more

  The Digital global Biogas Cooperation (DiBiCoo) is an international project supported by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Commission and implemented by GIZ in cooperation with 12 experienced organizations… Read more

On Thursday, 3 October, GreenCape, in conjunction with the Waste Minimisation and Recycling Interest Group (WMRIG) and the City of Cape Town (CoCT), hosted a First Thursdays event titled, Talking… Read more

INTRODUCING: ASHTON Mpofu (Water Sector Desk Analyst) by Sinenhlanhla Ngubane (Green Economy Intern)   WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR FAVOURITE THING ABOUT GREENCAPE SO FAR? There are two main things, first it’s the family spirit… Read more