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Zoomlion unveils new Waste Recovery Park

Officials cutting tape to unveil facillity

Zoomlion unveils new Waste Recovery Park

Plastic Recovery Area

Zoomlion unveils new Waste Recovery Park

Metals, Cans and Paper Recovery area

Zoomlion unveils new Waste Recovery Park

Compost producing Area & Waste Segregation Area

We have the capacity to transport waste to the final disposal site

We have the capacity to turn plastic waste into waste bins

We have the capacity to collect household solid waste

We have the capacity to receive and transport waste to the final disposal site

We have the capacity to treat faecal sludge and waste water to produce high quality effluent

We have the capacity to provide engineered landfill management

Organic Fertilizer Production

REGIONAL MINISTERS CALLS FOR ZOOMLION’S HI-TECH RECYCLING PLANT IN THE REGIONS

 

Regional ministers across the country stormed Zoomlion’s recently commissioned Hi-tech Integrated Recycling and Compost Plant to inspect the facility and called for immediate installation of the facility in the regions to help manage waste and create Jobs for the teeming youth.

The facility which is situated at the Accra Waste Recovery park, an industrial hub for the recovery of waste materials into reusable products has a high material recovery rate of up to 90% of the mixed waste and with the capacity to process 200 metric tonnes of waste a day and nearly 100 metric tons of compost daily to support the agricultural and horticultural ventures. 

The visit to inspect the facility follows plans to replicate the installation of the recycling plants in the regions as part of government’s industrialization agenda to create jobs for the teeming youth across the country.

Conducting the Ministers to inspect the facility, The Plant Manager, Mr. Emmanuel Oteng explained that the plant is built on a robust technology and can produce 100 metric tons of organic compost per day to displace over 864,000 bags of chemical fertilizers imported into Ghana annually.

He said the socio-economic and job creation benefits of the facility is enormous as each plant will provide direct and indirect employment for over 1000 youth in the regions.

He added that there will be major savings on the country’s foreign exchange as 216,000 bags of compost would be produced annually per plant which will be an additional boost for government’s planting for food and jobs programme.

The Greater Accra Regional Minister who led the delegation to the facility expressed his excitement for the facility describing it as timely intervention to create jobs and sustainably mange waste.

The plant which has begun massive waste recovery and recycling since it was commissioned few days ago was busily receiving waste from various tricycle operators within Agbogbloshie and its environs.

The facility will be expanded with additional waste treatment plants processing various waste components such as tyres, electronic waste, metal and scrap among others into reusable products.

 


To be at the forefront of the environmental sanitation service industry, by the introduction and utilization of simple but modern technologies and methods of waste management at affordable and competitive rates.

 

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