Sanitation Ministry Spends About GH¢3.7million on Dustbin Dissemination


An aggregate of about GH?3.7million has so far been spent on the Public Litter Bin Scheme this is as per the Director of Sanitation at the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources.

Mr Anthony Mensah made this known to during the introduction of around 370 dustbins to the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA).

“The third stage which is continuous currently includes 3, 000 at the cost GH?1.7 million. Be that as it may, for the past stages, I don’t have the specific figure however it will be twice as quite a bit of this figure, which will be about GH?3.7million,” said the Director of Sanitation at the Ministry.

The Public Litter Bin Scheme is pointed toward controlling public littering as the containers are situated at vantage focuses to decrease the aimless unloading of deny on the roads which has been a significant public concern. The Ministry has shown that the container dispersion has had the option to help the battle against aimless unloading of deny in the city and open spaces.
Under the first and second periods of the venture, an aggregate of 5,100 receptacles were disseminated to some chosen Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Ashanti, Central, Greater Accra, Northern, Oti, Volta, and Western Regions.