Ghana passes waste collection, recycling act

Tuesday 12 July 2016 | 14:08 CET | News
Ghana parliament has passed an act to streamline the activities in the waste collection and management industry, to ensure a sound waste management and recycling systems to save the country's forests and future generation. The Act, which was read the third time and passed, provides for the control, management and disposal of hazardous waste, electrical and electronic waste in the country. Hazardous waste generally refers to waste with properties that makes it potentially dangerous or harmful to human health or the environment and they include liquids, solids or gases which cannot be treated

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