The nation’s topmost waste management company, which also happens to be a Ghanaian-owned venture, Zoomlion, has taken another giant stride in its quest to ensure that waste management in the country is efficiently done and is as effective as that of those in the western world.
In order to achieve this ambitious goal, the company has launched new waste trucks which will help in carrying out and executing its mandate.
It is indeed a known fact that waste management is a major challenge for governments the world over, most especially the ones in many developing countries in Africa like Ghana. It was therefore a great relief when Joseph Siaw Agyapong established Zoomlion Company to cater for this headache.
Not only is company tackling the problem of filth but also creating jobs for people. The launching of the new trucks which are more technologically advanced than the previous ones will help in the efficiency of the work and also expand the coverage of the work of the company.
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