Flagships

A Flagship is an organisation (be it a municipality, NGO or business) that has made more than the usual commitment towards the Green Economy. They have taken up the call towards building an economy that connects the well-being of our environment with the growth of our economy.

Interested organisations submit their proposed projects to 110% Green. Following evaluation they are selected as a 110% Green Flagship project and become part of the dynamic network of Flagship organisations. These Flagships COMMIT to a project, are required to ACT upon this commitment and report on their IMPACT.

110% Green is not an endorsement of a project by the Western Cape Government. Each Flagship project is rather an expression of co-responsibility by participants to contribute to building the Green Economy.

Please note: The Flagship programme is currently not active. 

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Ikhaya-Cap Ikhaya Cap commits to increasing the technology and value of investment 2-3 fold in insulation and veg producing self –watering scheme prototype. Ikhaya Cap commits to testing the product in a 3 target groups within the year using various green technologies and economies. It aims to have ...
Waste to Energy Drakenstein Municipality commits - in the next year - to start the process of Waste-to-Energy by utilizing waste to supply green electricity and in the same initiative to extend our landfill facility’s lifespan.
Mobile as a key component of development across Western Cape Contact over 50 startups and developers in the next 6 months, to publish them on our platform and provide them with a platform to distribute their products.
Going Waterless We plan on shifting our focus and target market to specific businesses, government, parastatals and consumers who possess fleets of vehicles. By the end of our financial year, February 2015, we should have saved an equivilent of 384 000 litres of fresh drinking water and created 3 ...
e-Khaya Fireproof Shack Replacement Initiative Establishing the initially modest ‘e-khaya Research and Training Centre’ by the end of 2013, with entrepreneurs from the centre being trained by the centre starting in the early part of 2014. They will build their own small business enterprises during ...
Polystyrene Conversion Project Our organisation, EcoPack, commits to convert as many as possible current Polystyrene single use product users to using responsible, sustainable and food safe alternatives. Our target is to increase a versatile range of single-use biodegradable and compostable food ...
Eco Atlas | Ethical Directory Over the next year, ending June 2015 Eco Atlas aims to: Market the unique online tool to enable and empower more consumers and visitors to make better choices and drive more business to establishments with sound environmental and ethical practices in place, thereby ...
Eco Exhibit commits to bridge the gap between the informed and uninformed in order to provide a springboard for transformation within the relevant public and professional sectors by offering free Eco Talks, a minimum of one talk every two months over a 12 month period.
Eco Impact aims to conduct at least 30 environmental legal compliance audits within the next 12 months. They also seeks to conduct at least 12 environmental sustainability audits, which will assist their clients to reduce negative environmental impacts. Eco Impact also committed to up skilling one ...
Temporary Informal Dwellings for the City of Cape Town Our organisation commits to provide decent affordable shetler. The innovative design using waste materials is also aimed at ensuring that we divert 600 tons of waste plastic and 500 tons of spent silica sand from landfill on a monthly basis and ...