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13.01.2008 Cup of Nations

Trashy Bags to keep stadia clean during Ghana 2008

By GNA
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Trashy Bags Limited, a waste management and recycling company would deploy workers to all the various stadia to ensure that the stadia is rid of filth during Ghana 2008.

The pure water sachets would then be recycled for export.

Mr Kwabena Osei Bonsu, Chief Executive Officer of the company announced this at a clean-up exercise in Accra on Saturday,

The four-hour exercise formed part of measures by the company to rid the city of filth for the Ghana 2008 and also create awareness on the need for the community to observe hygiene.

The company, together with some keep fit clubs, desilted choked gutters and clear[ed bushes along the Tetteh Quarshie -Legon Road.

Mr Osei Bonsu said Ghana is the host nation and that everything possible must be done to ensure that the country was kept clean.

He said if Ghanaians observed hygiene very properly, it would even help to reduce the huge cost incurred on the National Health Insurance Scheme(NHIS), adding that more invested would be lured into the country.

The Chief Executive said the company was in the recycling of pure water sachets and that they had offered jobs to more than 300 youth.

He expressed the hope that soccer fans who would throng, the various stadia would comport themselves to forestall any nasty occurrences.

Some of the keep fit clubs who undertook the exercise, were Anointed, El-Wak, and Vols Volunteers.

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