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Savelands an organization founded by an environmentalist and his team who after having a first hand experience in the poor manner at which people dispose, handle and treat waste in their communities. Savelands is being established on a heart that desire and believe for change in everyday abuse and unhealthy state of the environment. We believe in our vision, mission statements, mandates and services we offer, we are here to help the communities to get to a better living standard devoid of litters, pollutants.
Also, we focus on green environment by planting trees to beautify the environment and avert the adverse effect of global warming, renewable energy, waste to energy, waste collection and disposal among many other environmental services we render.

Our Services

All the services rendered by Savelands Initiative

Environmental Education

Sensitization and Enlightenment outreaches, campaigns, crusades and ONE on ONE education about environmental abuse and its effects .

Waste Management Scheme

We partner with Communities, schools, organizations to establish efficient waste management scheme to protect them from air and water born diseases and other sickness that emanates from waste mismanagement.


We kick against the norms of burning tyres to roast meat for human consumption in our country. We promote green products like X.F.T, we assist community persons who are financially incapable to provide a proper toileting and bathroom system.

Waste to Energy

Using waste accumulated to generate power for use at home, offices, factories, school, churches, mosques etc. The bye products from our waste will be turned into a source of energy for human consumption to help in tackling the energy shortage in our country.

Our Vision

What we Believe and stand for


A littered free friendly and enabling environment for the healthy living of everyone.

Our Mandate!

Zero litter and a Rehabilitation Center

We work towards filling the gap of side bins in the environment, sensitize and enlighten the people on the danger of littering or environmental abuse and good environmental practices.

Rehabilitation Center

We are mandated to build at least a 5,000 capacity rehabilitation center in any state we operate, where environmental abusers will spend at least 7 to 21 days depending on the particular offence committed or bail themselves with an amount that will be agreed by the government to instill in them the value they have breached in order to achieve a safe, friendly and enabling environment for every one.

Our Mission

How we want to achieve our vision

New Ideas Exploration

Exploring and utilizing new and improved methods of waste collection and disposal to better the process of waste disposal in the community.

Use of Technology

Use of technology for efficient and greater cost effectiveness in environmental management processes

Education & Advocacy

Advocacy, Sensitization and enlightenment outreach programmes on good environmental practices to restore our environmental value system.

Rehabilitation Centers

Setting up of rehabilitation center for all environmental abusers for at least three weeks to instill in them the values they have breached.

Approach Volunteers

We go in partnership with Communities, Volunteers, Donors, Government Agencies, NGOs and well spirited individual to carry out our services and operation to serve the people better.


Establishing School Environmental club, recruiting and training boys and girls, young men and women that will become environmental ambassadors in their communities.

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Animal Friendly

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Our Team

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Important Facts

What you need to know everyday

Pollution is one of the biggest global killers, affecting over 100 million people. That’s comparable to global diseases like malaria and HIV.
In 1975, the National Academy of Sciences estimated that ocean-based sources, such as cargo ships and cruise liners had dumped 14 billion pounds of garbage into the ocean.
Over 1 million seabirds and 100,000 sea mammals are killed by pollution every year.
People who live in places with high levels of air pollutants have a 20% higher risk of death from lung cancer than people who live in less-polluted areas.


A small piece of litter you have in your hand today could amount to billions of litters at the end of the year. Billions of money is spent just to clean up the litter that many people have thoughtlessly tossed out on the streets and other public spaces. But if each of us try a bit more of discipline and application of basic knowledge about the effects of litter, imagine how much money could be saved and used for other more important services. Here are some of the most important and interesting facts that might just help each of us think twice about littering.
1. 9 billion tons of litter ends up in the ocean every year. This is more than the amount of trash generated every year which is only 250 million. Suffice to say that people tend to throw things randomly anywhere more often that they throw garbage in trash bins. This adds up to among the reasons why marine life is depleting. If we wonder why there are a lot of fish kills reported almost every day, we might want to think about how we are contributing to it. Many of the endangered animals in the oceans are losing their homes as much as their food resource and that is thanks to the contribution of the billions of litter we produce. 2. $11.5 billion is spent every year to clean up litter. Half surprising and half expected, this much money could have been used in more pressing and important services like housing and health care. Most people do not really think about how much of their little actions can affect the entire nation’s well-being. Complaining about where the taxes go is one thing but contributing to the expense of government like a litter clean-up operation could have made more savings of this tax money and put into better use. 3. 50% of littered items are cigarette butts. It is very common for a smoker to think about cutting back this vice but it’s very uncommon for them to think about proper cigarette butt disposal. Tossing it out of the car window is the easiest and simplest way to dispose so why bother to look for ash receptacles or trash bins? Most people think that a tiny piece of cigarette butt can easily be disposed of and wither in no time on the streets. But this is a misconception. Cigarette butts are actually made of cellulose acetate which could take more than 10 years to disintegrate. This is why cigarette butts are a serious threat to the environment. 4. In a poll conducted in the State of Tennessee, 50% of smokers claimed they properly disposed of their cigarette butts in ash receptacles or trash cans. This could also mean that the government and private organizations’ campaign against cigarette butts littering still have a long way to go in its advocacy. The nationwide campaign for this particular litter has already rolled out with many activities concentrating on educating people about proper disposal of litter and making sure that facilities are available to dispose cigarette butts. 5. 75% of people admitted that they littered in the past 5 years. Not surprising is the fact that people have done this for many years despite many clean-up activities and educational campaigns about proper disposal of litter. 6. The most common object found during litter clean-up is fast food litter. Many people who order food to-go would likely throw their litter just about anywhere convenient like the roadside or highways. This is really not uncommon. It is much easier to just toss out fast food wrappers on sidewalks or the open streets rather than go out of the way just to look for a trash bin. 7. Men are likely to litter more than women do, according to a survey conducted in Tennessee. In fact, 8% of men claimed that they would litter daily while only 2% of women would do the same. This might be one of the reasons why there are more men who tend to be messier at home or in the workplace compared to women. 8. According to a national study, most people who would deliberately litter are those between 18-34 years old. A study in Tennessee also revealed that the older people get, the more likely they throw litter properly in a trash bin. This study reflects that most people learn the value of the doing things properly as they age like in this case, the proper disposal of litter. Younger people tend to just neglect the effects of their action and really want to have it their way. 9. The West Virginia Department of Transportation listed eight sources of litters which include motorists, pedestrians, uncovered trucks, and boaters. When people are on the move like when driving or are inside their cars, or walking by, they usually just tend to toss things out of the car window or into the sidewalks because it is more convenient than finding and stopping at a trash bin to throw their litter into.

2015 and 2016 set to break global heat records

The world’s climate has reached a major turning point and is set to deliver record-breaking global temperatures in 2015 and 2016, according to a new report from the UK Met Office. Natural climate cycles in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans are reversing and will amplify the strong manmade-driven global warming, the report concludes. This will change weather patterns around the world including more heatwaves, but it is possible that the UK will actually have cooler summers. “We will look back on this period as an important turning point,” said Professor Adam Scaife, who led the Met Office analysis. “That is why we are emphasising it, because there are so many big changes happening at once. This year and next year are likely to be at, or near, record levels of warming.” The record for the hottest year was broken in 2014, when heatwaves scorched China, Russia, Australia and parts of South America. But, despite rising greenhouse gas emissions continuing to trap more heat on Earth, the last decade has seen relatively slow warming of air temperatures, dubbed a “pause” in climate change by some. In fact, global warming had not paused at all. Instead, natural climate cycles led to more of the trapped heat being stored in the oceans. Now, according to the Met Office report, all the signs are that the pause in rising air temperatures is over and the rate of global warming will accelerate fast in coming years. The warning comes ahead of a crunch UN summit in Paris in November at which the world’s nations must hammer out a deal to halt climate change. Opponents of action to curb climate change have cited the pause as a reason to reject urgent cuts in carbon emissions. Extreme weather already on increase due to climate change, study finds Read more But Professor Rowan Sutton, at the University of Reading and who reviewed the Met Office report, said: “None of the debate around the pause has changed our long term understanding of greenhouse-gas-driven climate change. That is the most fundamental point for Paris. The fact that 2014, 2015 and 2016 look like being among the very warmest years on record is a further reminder about climate change.” The report analyses the latest data on all the key factors that combine to determine the global climate. The warming caused by carbon emissions is the largest influence and continues to rise. But the El Niño natural cycle of warming in the equatorial Pacific, that can be a significant peak in this cycle, is now underway. It is expected to be the strongest El Niño since 1998 and will push up global temperatures – it has already weakened the Indian monsoon and the Atlantic hurricane season. Another longer-term natural cycle in the Pacific (the Pacific Decadal Oscillation) also looks to be shifting into its warmer phase. In contrast, there are now strong signs that a natural cycle in the North Atlantic is moving into a cooler period. This has less impact on global temperature than manmade climate change or Pacific ocean cycles but it influences conditions in the UK and Northern Europe. “If the Atlantic cooling continues as we expect, that would favour cooler and on the whole, drier summers, but there are other factors that compete to affect our climate,” said Sutton. Periods of cooler Atlantic waters in the past, such the 1980s, have also been associated with severe African droughts but more rain in the US. Scaife said the weather experienced in specific places from year-to-year results from the combined effects of all the natural cycles and manmade global warming. “A lot of these cycles can occur without the influence of human beings, but they are now occurring on top of the influence of man’s activities,” he said. “So now, for example, when an El Niño comes and raises the global temperature, that is the icing on the cake, the extra bit that creates the record year.” “Although these natural variations continue to be important, and will probably determine exactly which year breaks the record, you have to put them into context,” Scaife said. “In terms of global temperature, they are all smaller than the amount of warming we have already created.”

Around You

When we say be kind to your environment, we mean be kind to yourself. But the wastes in the bin. Help the environment and help yourself

Green Energy

When you use a 100 Waltz bulb, it equals 10 energy savers bulbs which can help improve your health, and regenerate the environmental lost tissues .

Lifestyle in our Communities

See, people lived as animal, dispose waste any how on the streets, behind buildings, market places because there is no waste management system in place.