Jakora Ventures To Improve Waste Management In Korle Klottey

Jakora Ventures ltd, an accredited waste provider with Korle Klottey Municipal Assembly has unveiled two (2) compactors and one (1) Roll-on-off vehicles as a way to improve sanitation management within the municipality.

At the short ceremony to outdoor the compactors and the Roll-on¬¬-off, the Municipal Chief Executive for Korle Klottey Municipal Assembly (KoKMA), Hon. Samuel Nii Adjei Tawiah praised Jakora ventures for such an enhancement which will improve waste collection within the municipality. ‘’this will holistically help and manage waste across the jurisdiction of the Municipality especially Tema station’’ said Nii Adjei Tawiah.

Mr E. Buerna Nartey Tokoli, finance manager for Jakora ventures ltd, says as the pacesetter in promoting waste separation at source and waste management company assigned to Korle Klottey Municipal Assembly (KoKMA) and by dent of hard work as added 2no. RE compaction trucks and 1no. Roll-on-off truck toits existing fleet of equipment reliability, service efficiency and remain competitive in the delivery of waste management service to its cherished under franchise agreements with MMDAs.

According to Mr Nartey Tokoli, this is yet another milestone for JV Ltd, which is in line with its investment policy to implement a planned staggered periodic replacement of aged equipment which have outlived their useful economic lifespan so to manage cost of operations and maintenance within budgetary limitations and gains from the introduction of modern improved technologies for cost effective and efficient operations and above all, committing to its core mandate to KoKMA and the community at large along the waste management value chain.

He assured the public that, with the ongoing support from KoKMA, Jakora ventures limited will ensure to fulfil its obligations amongst making sure the Municipality is cleaner than it was before with expectation that all the parties along the value chain will play their part so that collectively we will improve upon the sanitation environment.

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