The Business Development and Communications Manager at Kumasi Compost and Recycling Plant at Esereso-Adagya in the Bosomtwe District of the Ashanti Region, Mr. Eugene Amo Asamoah has stated that, the center’s aim is to make the region clean and tidy.
Speaking to the media, Mr. Asamoah, stated that, Recycling Plant is a waste management machine that collects and recycles waste materials such as garbages and turn them into useful products.
He disclosed that their facility is the biggest Compost and Recycling Plant in West African.
He mentioned materials such as organic fertilisers or compost for farmers, raw materials for paper and plastic manufacturers and many more as some of the semi end products made from waste materials at their center.
He called on the residents within the region to dispose off their waste responsibly to avoid preventable ailments such as cholera, waterborne and airborne diseases.
“We’re approaching Christmas and I’m urging the citizenry to keep the region clean by disposing off their thrash responsibly. Bring them to us to recycle them for useful products and keep the cities clean”, Mr. Eugene Amo Asamoah stressed.
Touching on their Basic and Corporate responsibilities especially to the people of Adagya, he said the company has constructed a 7.5km road in the community, fixing of street lights on the roads, employing over 150 natives from Adagya and many more adding that they are not relenting on their efforts to helping the people of Adagya and other environs within the catchment area.
Mr. Amo admonished to government and the authorities in various sectors to sanction sanitation offenders in order to serve as deterrent to others.
He said people intentionally dirty the environment with their household garbages saying such people if apprehended should not be spared but must face the full rigors of the law to refrain others from repetition.
Mr Amo assured the general public especially residents of Adagya that, the company will continue TO do their cooperate responsibilities by providing them with some basic social amenities.
By Michael Deborah Obofour – (Agyenkwa fm)