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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is working with stakeholders in the e-waste sector to establish an e-waste recycling facility in the country.
By Naa Lamiley Bentil, Dubai The Environmental Service Providers Association (ESPA) received three awards at the just ended Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)…
A waste treatment facility for the city of Accra, the Mudor Waste Treatment Plant is expected to be completed by October and…
A nine member delegation from the Environmental Service Providers Association (ESPA), is in Dubai to participate in the second GCC Waste Management…
The Environmental Service Providers Association (ESPA) is participating in the 5th West African Clean Energy and Environment Exhibition (WACEE), an annual event…
Ghana would have to invest $160 million every year into sanitation for nearly two decades to be able to meet the Sustainable…
The quiz competition which involved members of Zoomkids Club in basic schools was under the direct supervision of the School Health Education…
The tricycles, which cost 162,500 Ghana cedis, formed part of the PWMP’s social intervention programme to enable the collectors to effectively collect…
Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), the nation’s second largest referral facility, is building a modern medical waste treatment plant at the cost…
The General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, Ghana, Rev. Dr Paul Yaw Frimpong-Manso, has called for the re-introduction and effective implementation…

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