REDISA is a South African NPC that works with governments to implement circular economies.
We do this by pioneering sustainable behaviour, influencing change and empowering the nation through our world leading approach to waste management.
IMPLEMENT
REDISA creates value through an overarching model which promotes waste minimization, re-use and recycling.
INNOVATE
REDISA drives sustainable behavior as South Africa’s first and only NPC to implement the circular economy on a national scale.
INFLUENCE
REDISA invests in research and development to support its concept of waste into worth.
INSPIRE
REDISA creates fresh opportunities for individuals and businesses.
Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) overturns judgement
On 24 January 2019, the Supreme Court of Appeal delivered judgment on REDISA’s appeal against the provisional liquidation order of 1 June 2017. We are very pleased to say that the Court delivered a very strong judgement exonerating the REDISA directors from all the allegations made against them and the company.
ONE DAY WE WILL HAVE MINED ALL OF OUR RAW MATERIAL
RESOURCES WILL NEED TO BE DERIVED FROM WHAT WE NOW CALL “WASTE”
How do we change waste into worth?
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REDISA Return Expected
South Africa’s REDISA vows to make a comeback after being cleared by the Supreme Court of Appeal.
The Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of SA (Redisa) says that it is committed to reviving its operations following the finding by the Supreme Court of Appeal that it was the subject of a campaign to ruin the programme.
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Redisa says to revive operations after Supreme Court ruling
The Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of South Africa (Redisa) said it was committed to reviving its operations after the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in January overturned a liquidation order against it granted in 2017.
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REDISA's vindication and why it matters to you
REDISA was awarded Runner-up for the Circular Economy Governments, Cities and Regions Award at The Circulars awards at the World Economic Forum in Davos on 19 January. The award recognises the public policy initiative which best enables an environment for the circular economy to develop and flourish.