The equipment, including communal containers, “sino skip” trucks and motor-kings, are expected to improve waste management services in the Region.
Mr Evans Ewudzie Arthur, the General Manager of Zoomlion, Volta Region, who made the presentation, said the initiative was in line with the Company’s Corporate Theme for the Year, “Excellent Customer Service Delivery.”
He said the Company was aware of its shortcomings over the years, thus had taken steps to address them.
Mr Ewudzie Arthur commended the Government for initiating the National Sanitation Day Exercise and reiterated Zoomlion’s commitment to providing logistical support for the programme.
Mr Francis Ganyaglo, the Deputy Volta Regional Minister, commended Zoomlion for the investment in environmental sanitation and waste management and pledged the readiness of the Regional Coordinating Council to collaborate with the Company to ensure better environmental health in the Region.
He urged the MDAs to regularly maintain the equipment to enhance their durability.
The Municipal and District Chief Executives, with their directors, later signed a performance contract with the Coordinating Council.
Caption: Waste trucks and operating equipment