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04.02.2016 Social News

Minister inspects fecal Compost treatment plant

Minister inspects fecal Compost treatment plant
LISTEN FEB 4, 2016

Accra, Feb. 4, GNA - Alhaji Collins Dauda, Minister of Local Government and Rural Development on Wednesday inspected the construction works of the Accra Compost Waste Treatment Plant and the Mundor Fecal Treatment Plant.

The plants which are constructed under a Public Partnership Programme by Government and the Juspong Group of Companies Zoomliom is at a cost of $ 9 million.

The plants would be used to treat liquid waste, which is disposed into the sea.

Alhaji Dauda said the two plants would create employment for about 600 people both professional and non-professionals to reduce the employment deficit in the informal and formal sectors.

He said the project would be replicated in other regions.

Dr Richard Amponsah, Managing Director of the Accra Plant said the facility would be ready by the end of February.

He said the capacity of the plant is 1000 cubic and Management is collaborating with the Association of Liquid Waste Collectors to feed plant.


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