Zoomlion, a Private Waste Management firm has called for an all hands-on deck approach to tackling sanitation in the country.
In line with this, the company will in the first quarter of this year, in collaboration with Ecobank, launch a ten-million-dollar project dubbed: “The power of the bin under which every house will have one dust bin”.
The Chief Executive of the Company, Joseph Siaw Agyepong announced this at a Press Soiree in Accra last night.
He disclosed that as a result of the hard work of management, the company has been admitted into the Centre for African studies of the Harvard University in the United States.
Mr. Agyepong pledged the company’s readiness to partner the media and other stakeholders to make Ghana the cleanest city in Africa as envisaged by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Mr. Adjepong, who is also Executive Chairman of the Jospong Group of Companies commended the media for supporting government in its education programme to bring to bear the dangers that illegal mining pose to the environment and water bodies.
The President of the Ghana Journalists Association, (GJA), Affail Monney called for altitudinal change among the people for a clean society.
He took the opportunity to appeal for support for the GJA as it marks its 70th anniversary this year.