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First Plastic waste bus stop shelter commissioned

by Rhodaline Anane Mensah

A first-ever bus stop shelter made of recycled plastic waste collected from the streets has been commissioned at Dzorwulu Junction in the Ayawaso West Wuogon Municipality of the Greater-Accra Region.

Social enterprising company, Mckingtorch Africa, is behind the plastic waste innovations and installations project which is intended to transform bus stops in the national capital.

First Plastic Waste Bus Shelter Commissioned - DailyGuide Network

It has been using plastic wastes for Christmas decorations in parts of Africa, and the plastic waste bus stop shelter at Dzorwulu Junction opposite the Royal Fiesta Hotel is the company’s new innovation.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Mckingtorch Africa, Makafui Awuku said the project is meant to explore the use of plastic waste to develop building materials, pointing out that the bus stop shelter was built from the waste of plastic gallons and water bottles collected from the shores of beaches.

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