Use of waste plastic materials for road construction in

A low intensity peak was observed within the 2400 cm⁻¹–2100 cm⁻¹ range, indicating the presence of a very weak −CC- or −CN group with an absorbance of precisely 0.12.The use of waste

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2021-1-3  According to him, the country would be able to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 6, 3, 8, 11 and 13 with the construction of waste treatment plants in all the 16 regions.

Ghana's No.1 Integrated Waste Management Company

2018-8-14  Waste Landfill Company is an integrated waste management company that provides transfer, disposal and recycling services. With a team of young and skilled professionals, Waste Landfills provides solutions downstream of the waste

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Thus, plastic waste materials are becoming a nuisance in Ghana [14]. Recent studies show that plastics waste materials amount to a major proportion of all waste generated throughout the country

Waste Management Options in Ghana, Future

2018-4-12  Solid waste disposal in the Developed World (Cheeseman, 2011). Waste Research. In Ghana, research in the waste management sector has been largely motivated by a concern for public sector reform rather than finding appropriate and sustainable technological solutions to the mounting problems of waste

Accra gets new landfill site Ghana's No. 1 Integrated

2018-8-14  Mr Peter Kwei Dagadu, the General Manager of Waste Landfills Company Limited, operators of the site, in an interview with the Daily Graphic in Accra, said the new location was strategically positioned to take care of waste from the western parts of Accra and other places. He said the new facility was a relief for the Kpone landfill.

(PDF) Impacts of Construction Activities on the

Even though, construction project development potentially contributes to the economic and social development, and enhancing both the standard of living and the quality of life, it is also associated with deterioration of the environment (Azqueta, 1992).The state of affairs of the construction industry in Ghana

The Waste Management Situation in Accra-Ghana:

The Waste Management Situation in Accra-Ghana: The Challenges and Prospects 1. This is a free product.Please visit d-waste for top qualityReports, Presentations & Applicationsconcerning waste management issues. 2.

Consultants’ Perspectives on Materials Waste Reduction

Ghana. As construction is a locomotive sector of the national economy, waste in the construction industry affects the overall national economy. It is important therefore to explore measures contributing to construction material waste minimization and assess the level of practice of such measures in the construction industry since cost

(PDF) Exploring Waste Minimization Measures in the

Built Environmental Journal Vol. 8, No. 2, 22-30, 2011 EXPLORING WASTE MINIMIZATION MEASURES IN THE GHANAIAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY1 Ayarkwa, J1, K. Agyekum2 and E. Adinyira3 123 College of Architecture and Planning, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Kumasi, Ghana 1 E-mail: [email protected] ABSTRACT The chronic problems of construction

Ghana's No.1 Integrated Waste Management Company

2018-8-14  Waste Landfill Company is an integrated waste management company that provides transfer, disposal and recycling services. With a team of young and skilled professionals, Waste Landfills provides solutions downstream of the waste management value chain.

Jospong Group signs €50-million contract for waste

The Jospong Group of Companies has signed a contract worth €50 million with the government of Hungary for the construction of waste water treatment plants in Tamale in the Northern Region and

City Waste Management Co. Ltd. (Accra, Ghana)

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Solid Waste Management Challenges in Urban Areas

This study was conducted in the Bawku Municipality of the Upper East, Ghana, with the view to assessing the factors that impede the management of solid waste. Questionnaires were submitted to 150 randomly selected households, while face-to-face semi-structured interviews were conducted with the municipal Waste Management Department and a private waste management company, Zoomlion Ghana Ltd

List of waste management companies in Ghana

List of waste management companies in Ghana. Below is a list of the top waste management companies in Ghana and their contacts; 1. Universal Waste Concept . Located in Mataheko, Great Accra. Phone number is 0243178886, 0573928644 . Postal address is DK366 Darkuman, Accra. 2. Zoompak Ghana Limited . Located in Teshie SSNIT Greda Estates.

(PDF) Impacts of Construction Activities on the

Even though, construction project development potentially contributes to the economic and social development, and enhancing both the standard of living and the quality of life, it is also associated with deterioration of the environment (Azqueta, 1992).The state of affairs of the construction industry in Ghana is not quite different from other

The Environmental Sanitation Policy of Ghana (2010) and

2011-11-1  within the solid waste management sector, provided for the data of the study. The study identifies some challenges of these actors and gives recommendation of some issues which would require further research. Key words: solid waste, actors, policy implementation, Ghana

Plastic wastes to construction products: Status

2020-6-1  The waste bottles are connected to each other by inserting the bottleneck of each bottle in the base of another bottle. However, similar to the plastic walls, plastic bricks can be used as a structural material to a limited extent albeit with a low strength. Similarly, construction can also be made using plastic wastes made up of LDPE.

(PDF) Exploring Waste Minimization Measures in the

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HB BEKAM GHANA LIMITED, aims to be one of the leading private contracting firms in Ghana, providing efficient and high quality Construction and Waste Management Services to private, public and international institutions and households, thereby contributing to the environmental development of

Characteristics and management of landfill solid

2019-5-1  The study was conducted at the sanitary landfill called the Oti Landfill in Kumasi, Ghana. Kumasi is the second largest city in Ghana and has an estimated population of 1.73 million inhabitants from the 2010 Population and Housing Census in Ghana .The landfill covers a land area of 40 hectares with 60% of the overall site area expected to be filled during the working life of the landfill.

Solid Waste Management Challenges in Urban Areas

This study was conducted in the Bawku Municipality of the Upper East, Ghana, with the view to assessing the factors that impede the management of solid waste. Questionnaires were submitted to 150 randomly selected households, while face-to-face semi-structured interviews were conducted with the municipal Waste Management Department and a private waste management company, Zoomlion Ghana Ltd

Pilot project on waste power generation begins in

2021-2-19  A research project on the use of waste to produce electricity in host communities for their own use is being implemented in Ghana. The four-year project (2020-2023) known as the ‘Hybrid Waste-to

Jospong Group signs €50-million contract for waste

The Jospong Group of Companies has signed a contract worth €50 million with the government of Hungary for the construction of waste water treatment plants in Tamale in the Northern Region and

Waste Treament Raw Materials Production Kumasi,

2021-1-28  Global solid waste generation could rise from the current 17 billion tonnes to 27 billions tones annually by 2050. Ad-hoc landfill and dumpsite practices, linked to urbanization and land scarcity have made waste treatment and disposal an uncomfortable topic in Ghana.

Advances in Construction and Demolition Waste

2021-2-24  Advances in Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling: Management, Processing and Environmental Assessment is divided over three parts. Part One focuses on the management of construction and demolition waste, including estimation of quantities and the use of BIM and GIS tools. Part Two reviews the processing of recycled aggregates, along with