What position do you hold at Wecyclers?
Abiodun: Presently, I am the Assistant Manager of one of Wecyclers’ processing facilities (called a “hub”) in the Ebute-Meta neighborhood of Lagos, Nigeria
What has been your career path so far?
Abiodun: I am currently an electrical engineering student at Kwara State Polytechnic. Although my position at Wecyclers is not in line with my course of study at university, that factor has not negatively affected my job as the Assistant Manager of the Ebute-Metta Hub.
What unique qualities does your company possess?
Abiodun: From my experience of working at Wecyclers, I have been able to note certain qualities that are undoubtedly unique. Wecyclers feels like a family more than a job.
It is a supportive environment in which everybody understands that what we are doing is bigger than just the individual; it’s contributing to a better environment for everyone. I am very happy to be working with Wecyclers in Lagos.
Describe a time when you felt very proud of being a part of the Wecyclers team.
Abiodun: I felt tremendously proud of being on the team the very first time I joined.
Seeing what the company was doing for the environment and being given the opportunity to come aboard was extremely delightful. Because I felt myself to be part of a group of people who were working to enact long-term sustainable change on a macro-scale by working with people at the micro-level.
What do you believe is the biggest factor in being a successful company?
Abiodun: Wecyclers is not just a recycling company, it is a recycling company for the people. Wecyclers has been able gain the love and trust of the people it works for and with.
This is the biggest factor in being a successful company and something that Wecyclers understands and consistently successfully achieves.