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The construction of a fertiliser production factory under the one district one factory has commenced in Somanya in the Yilo Krobo Municipality, to process both faecal and bio-degradable waste.  The construction of the factory is part of the “Creating and Capturing Value” (Capval) project launched in 2015 by the International Water...

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has released a report on the performance of the various waste management companies operating in the metropolis for the third quarter of 2018 based on their service zones within six sub metros. The report evaluates the performance of six (6) contractors namely J. Stanley Owusu and...

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) provide a dynamic framework for Ghana’s transformation. Jekora Ventures Limited has positioned itself to achieve 94% of the SDGs by implementing the Waste Segregation and Recycling programme (WSR) which aims to add value to waste thereby promoting a circular economy. ...

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 is...