Bin Campaign

Bins are critical in containing waste and in the process help in avoiding fly way litter. The Environmental Management Agency is calling on all citizens at households, instutions, corporates, government entities,  business people, Local Authorities and vendors to ensure the provision of bins in their premises and areas of jurisdiction. Motorists, both private and public, are urged to provide bins in their vehicles for the safe and sustainable disposal of waste during travel.

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Kaylite Ban still stands; only a 3-month reprieve given

The Government, through the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has given the manufacturers, distributors and users of polystyrene, popularly known as kaylite, three months reprieve to wind up their operations leaving the discretion to use kaylites to individuals.

The reprieve follows a meeting between polystyrene manufacturers, retailers and EMA on the way forward after the activation of Statutory Instrument 84 of 2012, Environmental Management (Plastic Packaging and Plastic bottles) (Amendment) Regulations, which ban the manufacture, importation and commercial distribution of polystyrene.

It is important to note that the ban still stands. Nevertheless, a 3 months reprieve was given to allow a smooth changeover by businesses. The 90 day reprieve which started on the July 17, 2017, will end on October 17, 2017. Thereafter, any violator of the law will be brought to book.

The ban on polystyrene was effected as a result of its environmental and health impacts.

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Call for Proposals

The Research Council of Zimbabwe (RCZ) in collaboration with the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) invites research proposals focusing on sustainable environmental management through safe disposal of waste. Read More ...

Anti Corruption - Fraud Message

The Zimbabwe Code on Corporate Governance promotes good governance and high standards of integrity.  In line with this code, the Environmental Management Agency is committed to promoting sound corruption, bribery and fraud prevention mechanisms. Every employee of the Environmental Management Agency who knows or suspects any illegal, dubious or fraudulent activities occurring within the Agency should report them via WhatsApp, toll free or the website. Similarly, all stakeholders who are aware or suspects any illegal and dubious business activities involving Agency employees, suppliers and third parties are requested to report the issues on the mentioned platforms.  The Agency has a zero tolerance to corruption policy.

To report corruption anonymously please use the following channels:

Econet Toll free: 08080028

Tweeter: @EMAeep

WhatsApp: 0779 565 707

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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About EMA

The Environmental Management Agency is a statutory body responsible for ensuring the sustainable management of natural resources and protection of the environment, the prevention of pollution and environmental degradation, the preparation of Environmental Plans for the management and protection of the environment. It was established under the Environmental Management Act [Chapter 20:27] and operationalised on the 17th of March 2003 through SI 103 of 2003.

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