Vivo Energy Ghana in collaboration with Environment360 launched CyClean in schools
Vivo Energy Ghana in collaboration with Environment 360 has launched CyClean, an industry-first recycling initiative for basic schools within the Korle-Gonno and Mamprobi to help promote environmental sustainability.
The programme, which is under the Ghana Recycling Incentivized Program for Schools (GRIPS), presented customized waste segregation bins to participating schools such as Martyr of Uganda, SDA Basic School, ishop Mix Basic School, Bishop Girls Basic School, AME Zion Basic Schools (ABC), Nii Kojo Ababio Basic School, St. George’s Basic School and Nii Odartey Lamptey Basic Schools in Accra.
Mrs. Shirley Tony Kum, the Corporate Communications Manager of Vivo Energy Ghana, indicated that a total waste of 4.84 tonnes made up of 3.8 tonnes of plastics and 1.04 tonnes of paper were collected and recycled.
The Founder and Executive Director of Environment 360, Cordie Aziz noted that the programme seeks to empower children to take charge of their immediate environment in a sustainable manner.
She said her outfit has supported 50 schools in Accra on sustainable sanitation projects to beautify the environment and instill discipline among the children by impacting a mindset of behavior that will improve the sanitation situation in the country.
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