Maintenance System Consultants

Maintenance System Consultants

Maintenance System Consultants (MSC) was incorporated in August 1993 with Corporate Affairs Commission in Federal Republic of Nigeria. The organisation has brought together many experienced professionals from all works of life. The personnel are experienced and qualified professionals with excellent track records in Architectures, Information Technology, Building Technology, Electrical/Electronics, Computer Science, Environmental Engineering etc. We have commenced collection of e-waste scraps around Lagos state in conjunction with Lagos state government agency called LASEPA(www.lasepa.org) which shall be recycled in a Eco-friendly manner. Supervise by LASEPA, coordination by Ministry of Environment , we are set to meet this unique environmental challenges. EMRIC e-waste and metal recycling international company limited , which has commenced process of Formal e-waste recycling plant in Nigeria, the first of its type in Nigeria.

Company details

1, Kolawole Olusanya Street, Off Shonibare by Coker road, Ilupeju, Anthony Lagos. , Ilupeju , Lagos State 234 Nigeria

Locations Served

Business Type:
Engineering service provider
Industry Type:
Waste and Recycling - Material Recycling
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
1993
Employees:
11-100
Turnover:
less than $1,000,000 US

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Maintenance System Consultants (MSC) was incorporated in August 1993 with Corporate Affairs Commission in Federal Republic of Nigeria. The organisation has brought together many experienced professional from all works of life. The personnel are experienced and qualified professionals with excellent track records in Architectures, Information Technology, Building Technology, Electrical/Electronics, Computer Science, Environmental Engineering etc. The vast knowledge and expertise in the service fields has laid the solid foundation for professional and highly efficient results which have further opened up new innovation to the credit of the company in discharge of her corporate services to the individuals, government, government agencies, and corporate organisation.

We commenced our activities in the construction industry; with focus and high diligence, we are proud to innovatively be a leader in facility management, road management, and electronic waste recycling management.

We have been very fortunate to work with talented and creative employees, subcontractors, and other professionals who share our mission statement and common goal. This has enabled the company to grow and develop outstanding services which builds our reputation for excellence in service delivery.

A Company that encompasses multiple disciplines to ensure functionality of the built environment by integrating mankind, environment, process and technology.

To integrate human resource and raw-materials on behalf of our clients on agreed services which support and improve the effectiveness of their primary domain as well as friendly to the environment.

e-Waste Management Scheme

Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday, 21st January, 2010 commissioned Messrs. Maintenance System Consultant to start the evacuation of Electrical/Electronic Waste in Lagos State to its new site covering a total of two and half acres of land situated at Tamalo Village, along Ogijo Shagamu Road www.lasepa.org

The MSC e-waste project is aimed at joining the concerted efforts of the Lagos State Government, private businesses and environmental advocates by establishing in Lagos State a recycling plant for e-wastes. This project will open up a channel for the segregation of e-wastes from the general wastes stream and bring these potentially hazardous wastes into controlled disposal and recycling.

The MSC e-wastes project has been granted a Private-Public-Partnership (PPP) Status by the Lagos State Government with access to land, infrastructural facilities and other resources accruing to all PPP projects. The MSC e-wastes project will be first of its kind in sub-Saharan African.

The e-wastes volume in Nigeria has been estimated at 130,000 metric tons with about 90,000 metric tons kept in-homes and at in various business premises ready for disposal. Lagos, the commercial nerve centre of the country with a sprawling electronics markets spread across the state represents over 40% of the total electrical and electronics markets in Nigeria and consequently e-wastes as well. Thus, there is an assured and continued availability of e-wastes input for the operations of the MSC e-waste recycling project.

We also anticipate that e-wastes generation will be on the increase as the life span of e-products continued to reduce as manufacturers adopt cost-effective and environmentally friendly designs. Besides, Nigeria, a predominantly youthful population with strong preference and association with electronics items for communication and entertainment. The increased adoption of IT as educational, communications and commerce tools implies that more people will need to acquire or use e-products to facilitate their daily transactions and living, thus increasing the amount of e-wastes generated every year.

The launch of the MSC e-waste project will be backed up with an integrated Public Relations Campaign to encourage and enlist the support of the populace in “discarding” their stored e-waste.

Several Seminars have been held in conjuction with LASEPA since 2008 to create public awareness. During one of the Seminars ,An Adhoc- Committee (Stakeholders Committee ) on e-waste management evolved comprising representatives of banks, manufacturing industries, oil and gas, corporate organisations, business associations and host of others. The Committe has sub-committes as follows: Evacuation Committee,Enlightenment/Technical Committee and Financial Committee.