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The rate at which public litter bins placed at vantage points in the capital are being stolen is thwarting efforts by public-spirited individuals, civil society groups and city authorities to make Accra clean. 11 Litter Bins Stolen Out of 40 public litter bins placed at......

By: Martha A. Annan, Innovations Manager. Email: m.annan@jekoraventures.com Present-day trends are mindful of ways of sustainable waste management through segregation, reuse and/or recycling of waste. One critical step in achieving this is through a “waste audit”. A “waste audit” is simply an assessment tool that......

The Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, in collaboration with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Zoomlion, have launched a national waste segregation programme to encourage separation of wastes at source. The programme, supported by the two giants in waste management in Ghana –......

Government is to implement a ‘zero landfill policy’ as part of measures to recycle and convert the country’s waste into other bye products. Ghana is faced with the issue of proper disposal of waste as people dispose their waste indiscriminately while major landfills such as......

Forty-five young entrepreneurs from nine African countries (Ghana, Nigeria, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Guinea, Kenya, Cameroon, Gambia and Benin) visited the Jekora Ventures Mini Compost Plant at Jamestown (Ga-Mashie) on the 1st of August as part of the iHAV Conference ’14 which was under the auspices of the......

The Metropolitan Chief Executive (MCE) of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), Mr. Mohammed  Adjei Sowah, has reiterated the need for Africans to promote city to city relations to encourage bilateral relations. According  to him African countries can learn better from each other than from the......