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  • SPCC's Trekking Waste Infrastructure project selected for funding by ATCF

    We are very excited to share that Adventure Travel Conservation Fund has selected our project “Trekking Waste Infrastructure in Nepal” under their Adopt a Project Program for funding. We s...

  • More than 32,000 kg waste collected from Everest

    With the end of the year’s main climbing season, mountaineers generated over thirty tonnes of garbage below Camp II on Mt Everest, an official at Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee said. REA...

  • Wastes collected from Everest in Spring 2018 climbing season

    In this spring climbing season, SPCC collected a total of 17,678 kgs of garbage generated by climbers from Mt. Everest. Our garbage management staffs have brought down 13,501 kgs of burnable garbage f...

  • I climbed Everest expecting a rubbish dump but what I found surprised me

    The country lanes of Great Britain have more rubbish than the trail to base camp; despite the 100,000 footfall I saw one of the cleanest, tidiest wilderness trials I have encountered. Base camp,...

  • World Environment Day celebrated at Khumjung School

    Every year SPCC and SNP BZMC supports the Khumbu Eco Club Network to celebrate World Environment Day at various schools of Khumbu. This year's World Environment Day was celebrated at Khumjung High Sch...

  • Annual General Meeting of SPCC held at Namche

    The Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee (SPCC) 's Annual General Meeting was successfully held at Namche Gonpa at Namche on Monday, March 19, 2018. The AGM was attended by Board members, general me...

  • Inauguration of "Everest Cleanup Campaign 2018"

    Yeti Airlines in partnership with Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality, Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee (SPCC), Himalaya Club and UNDP Nepalhas formally initiated the process to airlift 100 t...

  • Khumbu Icefall Route construction (Spring 2018) Update

    As the spring climbing season is approaching our icefall doctors’ team have reached Everest Base Camp today where they will spend another three months to fix and maintain the Khumbu icefall rout...

  • Everest Garbage CARAVAN

    Since 2016, SPCC is transporting wastes of recyclable values from the Everest Region to Kathmandu for proper treatment at recycling centers in partnership with Tara Air. In this story and video, Nepal...

  • Bags made from reusing tents destroyed by avalanche at EBC

    “WASTE IS NOT WASTE UNTIL IT IS WASTED” – we have created beautiful bags reusing tents crushed by earthquake-triggered avalanche at Everest Base Camp two years ago on 25th April 2015...

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