About More4Less


More For Less Environment Solution and Facility Company Ltd. is a private company specialized in waste management. More For Less was established in 2014 by a collaboration between a Tanzanian and a European partner. The European partner has over more than 30 years of experience as a successful entrepreneur in the waste industry. His dream is to transfer the knowledge he has gained over the last 30 years to a new generation who want to dedicate themselves with passion, which he found in his Tanzanian Director. With this unique mix of knowledge, passion and drive More For Less makes a 150% effort in order to build a company with a vision for the future.



More For Less is investing in the future of Tanzania by building on a more structured and sustainable waste collection and waste management. We offer our clients the benefits of specialized knowledge, great sense of responsibility, passion and an enormous drive in order to carry out the operations to perfection.

Our clients include municipalities, residential complexes and companies in all kinds of industries. In order to keep the designated areas, complexes and businesses clean, More For Less uses state of the art garbage compactor trucks for collecting waste, road swiping trucks for cleaning the streets and small pick-up trucks for collecting waste in narrow streets.


Next to waste collection we are also glad to support your municipality or company with professional advice regarding waste separation, recycling of different waste materials, local commitment, management/plantation of public space and many other environment related issues.


In short:  At More For Less, you get More….  For Less!

Local commitment

More For Less works with local personnel only and gives these people a chance for a bright and better future. We support education and development of our people and by doing this we increase employment and create personnel with employable skills. In this way we are trying to contribute to the fight against the large unemployment numbers among young people in Tanzania.