Visit from Container-Based Sanitation Alliance

On Friday 13th July, Safi Sana Ghana was pleased to host a visit for the Container-Based Sanitation Alliance. Representatives from Sanergy, SOIL, Sanivation and Loowatt were given a tour of Safi Sana’s factory and facilities in Ashaiman and took part … Continue reading

Akwaaba!

On 28 November, Safi Sana was delighted to welcome Ms Sigrid Kaag, Netherlands Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, to Safi Sana’s Ashaiman factory in Ghana. In her speeches, Ms. Kaag expressed her happiness at being able to visit Ghana, … Continue reading

Safi Sana wins NABC ‘Doing Business in Africa’ award!

Safi Sana is very proud to be the winner of the NABC’s ‘Doing Business in Africa’ award! According to NABC’s report, Safi Sana is “unique in the sense that they are the first to launch a complete circular industry: converting human waste into electrical … Continue reading

Safi Sana long listed for NABC award

Safi Sana is very pleased to have been long listed for the NABC Business in Africa Award! The Netherlands-Africa Business Council ‘Doing Business in Africa’ Award promotes innovative, sustainable and profitable enterprises.  The Safi Sana team engages with the Council both in … Continue reading

Ashaiman factory opening covered by TV3 News

The opening of Safi Sana’s first fully-operational factory in Ashaiman was covered on Ghana’s GBC24 News channel. Back to News

Ashaiman factory opening on GBC24 News

The opening of Safi Sana’s first fully-operational factory in Ashaiman was covered on Ghana’s GBC24 News channel. Back to News

Ghana Energy Minister calls for treatment of all human excreta

Mr Boakye Agyarko, Minister of Energy, has called all Ghanaians to join hands to develop legally and socially binding commitments to ensure the treatment of all human excreta by 2019. Click here to read the full article by Laudia Sawer for the … Continue reading

Safi Sana selected for the TBC’s Toilet Accelerator 2017!

The TBC (Toilet Board Coalition) is a business platform which connects large and small companies to ensure close collaboration between private, public and non-profit sectors, to accelerate the business of sanitation for all. Safi Sana is one of the selected companies … Continue reading

Data connects the dots

In the Safi Sana world, organic waste provides a starting point for tackling sanitation problems, the increasing lack of food security, unemployment and the ever-increasing demand for energy in peri-urban slums. A cyclical model enforces itself and provides strong incentives … Continue reading

Construction update: Sep 2016

The inoculation phase is almost finished, which means: the digester is filled with a mix of organic waste from public toilets, slaughterhouses and food markets from Ashaiman. This waste produces biogas, and the amount of biogas in the green balloon … Continue reading