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COMMISSIONING OF THE ACCRA COMPOST AND RECYCLING PLANT (ACARP) PHASE II

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His Excellency, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo - President of the Republic of Ghana commissioned the Accra Compost and Recycling Plant (ACARP) Phase II today. T

The new facility is an expansion of a 600-ton facility. 

Benefits: 

a. This project is the second phase of the three-phased composting and recycling plant, which adds an 800-tons line to the existing 600-ton facility

b. It boasts of additional machines from Lubo in France and expansion of the floor area. 

c. The current 600-ton facility will be retrofitted and upgraded to an 800-ton facility bringing the total 2000-ton project.

d. The project seeks to provide the MMDAs within the catchment areas, with a viable and cost-effective alternative to dumpsites.

e. It will help meet the growing demand for organic compost for soil enhancement mediums or fertilizers.

f. it will provide sustainable material and energy recovery solutions to the high or increasing levels of recyclables in our Municipal Solid Waste.

g. The Plant which started with a workforce of 150 will be adding 200 more.

h. Currently, the Jospong Group employs over 6,000 core staff and 45,000 operatives totaling a workforce of 51,000 people.

 

 

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