ACARP presents an opportunity for academia to bridge the existing gap with industry. The company has entered into several MOUs with several institutions of higher learning key being KNUST, University of Ghana, University of Energy and natural Resources etc. Students from these institutions are received at the plant to undertake their internship, attachment, research projects as well as cursory visits. Through these arrangement, students are offered the opportunities to understand and practicalise theory.  

Foreign Missions and Representatives

Since its establishment, ACARP has been a model facility visited by several foreign missions and their representatives as well as investors, both home and abroad. These visits provided the platform to discuss possibilities of collaborations in Research and Development, technology and technical know-how.  ACARP through these engagements, seeks to present the possibility of a workable solution to the waste menace militating against the socio-economic development of Ghana and the West African sub-region.

State Official Visits

The existing relationship between ACARP and government necessitates the frequent visits by state officials to the facility to acquaint themselves with our operations.

Key Institutional Networks

We have developed strong network and linkages with key state institutions, agencies and non-governmental actors, with mandates akin to our company's. Of primal concern is the standardization of our compost product to serve as blueprint in the industry. Relationship with these institutions has opened up new frontiers, technologies and ideas that have ultimately enhanced our operations over the period.
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