UT Bank goes greener with Environment360
UT Bank has continued to lead the green business revolution in Ghana by partnering with Environment360’s ‘Evolve Recycling; campaign. UT Bank, which is often dubbed the ‘green bank’, has recently implemented a paper and plastic recycling scheme into its business operations.
The bank is currently piloting the Evolve recycling programme at its headquarters at Manet Towers, Airport City. The bank hopes to adapt the same green strategy for all its branches within the next two years.
“We are excited to be part of Evolve and have a positive impact on the environment and the community we serve. We are dedicated to creating sustainable communities and believe that by adopting a recycling programme, we are taking the tangible steps to improve the lives and livelihoods of many of our community members,” stated Maria Oquaye, Corporate Affairs and Marketing, UT Bank.
Evolve, which is a recycling initiative led by Environment360 and supported by Voltic and the Plastic Waste Collectors Association, is the first organised community collection scheme for plastic in Accra. Although the programme has traditionally focused on plastic, UT Bank is the first partner to incorporate paper recycling into the community scheme.
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