Zoomlion Ghana Limited, the Ghanaian waste management company, has held its annual thanksgiving service.
The thanksgiving service which was held at the Tamale Sports stadium was observed nationwide by the company.
The service is an annual event that brings together all workers of Zoomlion Ghana Limited, members of the public, including government officials, traditional leaders as well as the media to thank God for his mercies throughout the year.
Elder. Albert Naah, Chaplin for Zoomlion head office who wasthe guest pastor at the event, noted that the company was made possible by God hence the need to show appreciation on yearly basis.
He noted that 2020 being a tough year for the company is enough reason to extend gratitudes to God for how far he brought them post covid-19.
Mr. Peter Dawuni, the Northern Regional Manager of Zoomlionextended his utmost gratitudes to all stakeholders in the fight for proper sanitary conditions.
He meanwhile urged households to endeavor to subscribe to the waste bin project to help manage and avoid the indiscriminate pollution of the environment.
According to Mr. Dawuni, the company hopes to have all households subscribed onto the waste bin project to help recycle them for useful purposes by 2021.
Over the years, Zoomlion Ghana Limited has been an active leader in the sanitation industry. As the leading waste management company in Ghana , Zoomlion has been a key stakeholder during the COVID 19 pandemic, through their partnership with government in a series of national disinfection, cleaning and sanitation exercises.
Closely related to this, they have also been instrumental in the evacuation of old landfill sites across the country as part of government’s sanitation efforts.
In the year under review (2020), Zoomlion and its partners have established waste treatment and recycling plants across all 16 regions of Ghana in close partnership with the ministry of water and sanitation.
Zoomlion is also planning to establish a waste container production company in Kumasi and Tarkoradi as part of their energized efforts in sanitation and employment.