Zoomlion Ghana Limited
Improving people's lives and their environment
Free Waste Bins to be Distributed
Who We Are
Sustainable Waste Management Solutions for homes, Businesses and Communities
We are a wholly Ghanaian owned company that focuses on delivering total waste management solutions.
We provide integrated waste management solution from waste collection, through haulage, transfer and sorting to recycling and disposal.
We are a member of the Environmental Services Providers Association (ESPA) of Ghana and a silver member of the International Solid Waste Management Association (ISWMA, USA).
Specialist COVID-19 Disinfection Services
Our qualified technicians are equipped with the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE), respiratory protective equipment and specialist disinfection equipment to work safely and effectively. Our services are tailored to meet your exact needs and include:
- ULV fogging – when extremely small droplets of a disinfectant settle on inaccessible areas to enable the treatment of large areas in a short time;
- A disinfectant: Zoomlion uses a high-level disinfectant that kills up to 99.9999% of a broad range of pathogens upon contact within seconds and has been tested against feline Coronavirus (a surrogate of COVID-19);
- Sanitising of touchpoints, surfaces, equipment, and floors.
Zoomlion is dedicated to providing sanitation education and tips to the General Public, for a clean and healthy environment.
News & Update
Explore updates on Zoomlion Activities.
KPONE LANDFILL RE-ENGINEERING SITE WILL BE COMPLETED ON SCHEDULE – ING. KWADWO OSEI
The Project Manager for Jospong Group, Ing. Kwadwo Osei, has said that, the re-engineering of the Kpone Landfill Site will
Joseph Siaw Agyepong attributes success of Jospong Group to God
The Executive Chairman of the Jospong Group of Companies (JGC) has attributed the successstory of his group to God.According to
Akufo-Addo commissions Joseph Siaw Agyepong’s Young Soldiers Block at 37 military Hospital
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has commissioned a 300-bed accommodation facility for young soldiers at the 37 Military Hospital. The