Qualiplast Ltd, a pioneer in the manufacture of high quality plastic products in Ghana established and incorporated in 1973 has donated 200 dustbins to the government for distribution to schools in the country.
The company has remained in the forefront of the market, and has been supporting the Schools Sanitation Tour for the past three years.
Deputy Managing Director of Qualiplast Limited, Mr Joseph Aki says they are obliged to contribute to the sanitization of the country and support in the fight against the coronavirus.
He recalled the need for segregation of refuse for recycling and other purposes.
CEO of One-on-One Foundation, Emmanuel Olla Williams who is the organizer of the Schools Sanitation Tour said the students who are in school are very delicate to the nation, and every thing must be done to protect them, because they are the future leaders.
The youth coordinator of the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) expressed that staying in a healthy environment and practicing personal hygiene is what they are paying particular attention to in this Covid-19 era and thanked Qualiplast for supporting a worthy course.
He urged students to apply the safety protocols and study hard so that they do well in their exams.
Miss Sarah Awuni of the Foundation hailed Qualiplast Ltd for their role in combating the Covid-19 and ensuring people live in a clean environment.
Qualiplast Ltd produces high quality plastic packaging products such as cosmetics, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, beverages, foods and mining as well as agricultural products and plastic ware for household use.