Tons of MSW Processed Daily
Compost Bags Produced Daily
KCARP Workforce
Waste Recovery Rate 90%

We are an integrated waste processing and recycling company located in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. As part of our services we recycle solid and liquid waste to produce organic compost and many more.

Benefits of KCARP

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Recycling Education

Compost, Refuse Derived Fuels (RDF), plastic pellets, baled cans and metals, baled cardboard. 

Recycled Materials

Recycled Materials

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) made up of plastics, papers, textiles, metals and glass.

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Well equipped sorting plants, compost tunnels, engineered landfill and mobile plants for neighboring communities in Kumasi. 

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Compost, Refuse Derived Fuels (RDF), plastic pellets, baled cans and metals, baled cardboard. 

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Research Opportunity for Scientists

We provide research opportunities for scientists to improve upon products and services.

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Product Development for Lab Testing

Compost undergo rigorous laboratory analysis for the production of high quality compost for end users

Waste Problem

Global solid waste generation could rise from the current 17 billion tonnes to 27 billions tones annually by 2050. Ad-hoc landfill and dumpsite practices, linked to urbanization and land scarcity have made waste treatment and disposal an uncomfortable topic in Ghana. Current waste treatment and disposal practices pose a major treat to the health of current and future generation.

Water Waste Treatment Construction

Future Projects

Kumasi Waste Water Treatment Plant

Construction works are underway towards the establishment of the Kumasi Waste Water Treatment Plant. This plant when completed is expected to carry out all operations related to treating liquid waste for agricultural and other purposes.



A comprehensive sorting process, mechanical and manual is carried out to separate Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) into the various components. Tunnel (In-Vessel) processing system is adopted in converting the organic components into compost. Plastics of various types are converted into pellets and baled packs as per their composition.

Latest News

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The Environment and Sanitation Unit (E&S) of the Greater Kumasi Area which…


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Kumasi Compost and Recycling Plant Limited (KCARP) is a mega-scale Municipal Solid….

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In order to bridge the gap between industry and academia, there…