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GALAXY, ALTON, IXPN Drum Support For 2022 ITREALMS E-Waste Dialogue

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By Kingsley I. Ilechukwu, Bureau Chief, South West

Galaxy Backbone Plc, Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN) and Association of Licensed Telecom Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) have drummed up support for the 2022 ITREALMS E-Waste Dialogue.

The event  is scheduled for Thursday, December 8 at the Welcome Centre Hotels, Lagos under the theme, ‘e-Waste: Recycle It All, No Matter How Small!’ According to the Group Executive Editor, ITREALMS Media, Remmy Nweke, who made these disclosures at the weekend in Lagos,  the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Galaxy Backbone Plc, Prof. Muhammed Bello Abubakar, would be speaking to ‘Recycle It All For e-Governance’.

ALTON, Nweke said, confirmed participation through its chairman, Engr. Gbenga Adebayo just as the chief executive officer, IXPN, Mohammed Rudman also.

Galaxy Backbone, he said,  was an ICT services provider in Nigeria since 2006; providing network management, communications and digital infrastructure services to organisations in the public and private sector, as well as hosting and cybersecurity services.

Nweke also said that ALTON was a body corporate, officially recognized by the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Nigerian Communications Commission as the official industry body for all providers of telecommunications and subsidiary services in the country.

Further, he noted that IXPN, was a non-for-profit and membership based organisation that provided a platform for networks to interconnect directly within Nigeria, to ensure that local Internet traffic remained local, rather than having to transcend boundaries of different countries before reaching its recipients within the same locality.

 Meanwhile, the Director-General of the National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA), Prof. Aliyu Jauro, had confirmed to keynote at the 2022 ITREALMS E-Waste Dialogue.

ITREALMS Media inc, he said, was holding the event in continuation of  the commemoration of the International E-waste Day (IeWD) 2022, under its flagship ITREALMS e-Waste Dialogue.

Nweke, who also is the editor-in-chief, ITREALMS Media group, noted, Nigeria was principally hampered by the Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) with estimated 1.1 million tonnes of e-waste annually arising from both local and imported Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) under the guess of second hand or fairly used.

He explained that this year’s commemoration of the International E-Waste Day focused on small, end-of-life electrical and electronic appliances which presented a significant challenge with items such as cell phones, electric toothbrushes, toasters and cameras often discarded incorrectly.

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