The Anambra State Commissioner for Environment, Mr. Felix Odimegwu has called on the private sector to participate in the recycling waste to change the narrative.
Odimegwu spoke after inspecting the recycling machines at Boskel company in Awka, to ascertain the level of productivity in converting wastes to wealth, ANAMBRA PEOPLE reports.
According to Engineer Odimegwu, Anambra state has come of age to converting most of the waste generated to wealth instead of business as usual, asking other companies all over the world to come forth as the Soludo administration is poised to changing the narratives and bringing a change in order to create an enabling environment for Ndi Anambra.
Odimegwu pointed out that the present administration is ready to partner fully with companies that have efficiency in waste to wealth, capable of creating employment that will trigger rapid development in the state.
The Managing Director of the Company, Mr. Keluo Chukwuogo, while thanking the Commissioner for his prompt response to inspect the facility, assured that Boskel is fully committed to achieving the present administration’s goal in waste management disposal and conversion.