|Jubilee Fields – Photo Credit:offshore.no|
Zeal Environmental Technologies, a Ghanaian-owned industrial waste management company, has been granted a permit by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to operate in handling waste generated by the country’s offshore petroleum operations.
After a visit by to the company’s facility at Nyankrom in the Western Region, the Deputy Chief Executive of the EPA, Mr Samuel Anku expressed his confidence in the abiltiy of the company to carry out its operations to meet international standards. He also said the emergence of Zeal was timely since it would save the nation and the oil companies large sums of money in waste management.
Mr Kweku Ennin, the Chief Executive of Zeal, expressed the desire of the company to protect the interests of the nation in their activities. He assured the EPA that the company was going to operate to meet international standards.
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