22 August 2012

Ghana: Zoomlion Presents Motorbikes to Environmental Health Officers

The management of Zoomlion Ghana Limited, Ho, has presented 18 motorbikes to all environmental health officers in the region, to assist them supervise effectively in their various districts.

The presentation formed part of Zoomlion's efforts at empowering the environmental health officers to help fight sanitation challenges in the region more effectively.

The Regional Manager of Zoomlion Ghana Limited, Mr. Anthony Adzomani, who said this when presenting the keys of the motorbikes to the officers in Ho, added thatZoomlion considers the environmental health officers as partners fighting the same cause, therefore,was always ready to support them in any way, as long as it benefits the whole region and the nation as a whole.

Mr. Adzomani appealed to the officers to intensify their supervisory roles in the various districts to lessen the sanitation burden on Zoomlion Ghana Limited, in order to promote good health among the people, as well as improve productivity.

On his part, the Volta Regional Environmental Sanitation Officer, Mr. Francis Abotsi, thanked the management of Zoomlion Company Limited for the generosity and commitment in the sanitation business, and encouraged the company to do more for the districts to enhance sanitary conditions.

In a related development, Zoomlion Ghana Limited also presented waste management trucks to all the seven-newly created districts in the region, to enable them tackle issues of sanitation more seriously.

The Volta Regional Manager of the Zoomlion Company Limited said upon the inauguration of the new districts, the trucks were the first batch of logistics dispatched to the districts, and promised that his outfit would fully resource the new districts with other waste management logistics very soon.

Mr. Adzomani said the company would create employment in the new districts by employing more people in keeping the environment clean, and encouraged all to embrace the presence of the company in the new districts.

He said the company was ready to work with the local authorities in the new districts, because, as custodians of the land, chiefs would play a crucial role in ensuring that communities were rid of filth to ensure a healthy society at all times.

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