Waste management company, Visionscape and the government of Ghana have signed an agreement on waste management and electricity generation, while a similar arrangement is already being worked out with Kenya.
According to reports, Visionscape and authorities of Ghana and Kenya have had series of meetings in Lagos and Dubai.
It was gathered that the Ghanaian delegation said they were impressed by the global pedigree of Visionscape and they would like the company to provide an end to end solution in the management of their waste. The Ghanaian team, it was further gathered were impressed with the new compactors and other facilities Visionscape was bringing into Lagos for its operation.
It was further gathered that a presentation was made on behalf Visionscape by a company identified as GIL Capital to the Governor of Nairobi City County in Kenya.
A source said the Governor, Mike Mbuvi Sonko, had written a letter to Visionscape inviting the organisation to make a detailed presentation on the prospective waste management approach that could assist his County to have a one-stop shop management solution.
The presentation it is expected would include how to generate electricity from a garbage dumpsite.
Visionscape Group, an environmental utility group of companies already has operations in Dubai, the United Kingdom, Belgium and Lagos, Nigeria.