WASTE recycling could provide another growth avenue for SA’s struggling economy.Many businesses and industries have had to reconsider, restructure and redesign their operations to be more sustainable, especially when it comes to waste generated through their end-products, said Small Business Development Institute CEO Xolani Qubeka, who is also a nonexecutive director of the Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of SA (Redisa)."With the public eye turned to the ongoing preservation of our planet and its resources, there is no denying that the global outlook on a sustainable and clean environmental has become the new norm for many industries," he said.Recycling had the potential to generate new businesses, create new wealth and sustainable jobs."SA needs more out-of-the-box thinking to advance our economy. Entrepreneurs are the key custodians and major drivers (needed) to grow (the) economy. "A vibrant entrepreneurship culture, underpinned by innovation, drives the growth of t...

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