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Zoomlion unveils new Waste Recovery Park

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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

NIMA TO BE RID OF FILTH AS ZOOMLION AND WASH AFRICA LAUNCH CAMPAIGN TO CLEAN THE SLUM AND SENSITIZE ITS RESIDENTS

 

Integrated Waste Management solutions provider, Zoomlion Ghana limited and Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Africa have launched an ambitious project to rid the populous Nima community of the staggering levels of filth engulfing the community.

An army of Zoomlion staff were deployed into the area supported by an assortment of equipment to clean up the garbage choked parts of the municipality and desilt drains, especially along the Nima storm drain.

The 1.2 km storm drain constructed as part of an urban expansion project by Queiroz Galvao, a Brazilian construction firm has left trenches along the drain which residents have filled with garbage and liquid waste predisposing them to communicable diseases among other health threats.

WASH Africa, the initiators of the sanitation project under the theme “One Community at A Time” in partnership with Zoomlion Ghana Limited Mobilized Assembly Members, youth groups, traditional leaders among others to engage in the cleaning and public sensitization program.

The President of WASH Africa, Ambassador Ashim Morton who led the team to undertake the exercise in an interview explained that the project is designed to be a sustained initiative geared towards achieving an improved sanitation condition in Nima and satellite communities.

He said the team has provided waste bins along the drain for residents to dump waste into them and depart from the practice of using the shoulders of the drains as hosting grounds for their refuse. In other order to record the desired effects, he stressed that Africa’s leading waste management experts, Zoomlion Ghana limited would frequently collect the bins for discharge.

A key feature of this project is that selected youth from the community have being engaged as enforcers to compel residents to resort to dumping of litter into the waste bins.

The Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources, Hon. Cecilia Abena who inspected the exercise bemoaned the rate at which residents dispose refuse indiscriminately into drains and called for strict enforcement of the sanitation laws by the Municipal Assemblies.

Accompanied by the Municipal Chief Executive of Ayawaso East and North, The Minister of Sanitation called on the Chairman of the Ayawaso Council of Chiefs, Chief Moro Baba Issa to solicit his support to engage the community members on the need to keep their surroundings clean.

The Minister of Works and Housing, Hon. Atta Akyea who also inspected the work charged all stakeholders to support the initiative.

The Accra Zonal Manager of Zoomlion, Mr. Ernest Morgan Acquah who was also on site with his team of experts explained that the company provided the needed logistics such as excavators, pay loaders, wheel barrows, waste compaction trucks, among others to clean and sustain the sanitation program.

He said as the power house of waste management in the country, the company will continue to involve all stakeholders to ensure that nima and its surroundings are kept clean at all times.

Zoomlion’s waste compaction vehicles were seen visiting homes collecting waste as some of the assembly members were busily educating residents on the need to keep their surroundings clean.


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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