Association trains 4,000 on waste management


 Jane Chijioke

 

OVER 4,000 waste management personnel in Lagos State have been empowered with best practices on waste management at a two-day capacity development programme organised by the Association of Waste Managers of Nigeria (AWAMN).

They were trained on waste handling; usage of Personal Protective Equipment(PPP); health,safety and environment; regulatory compliance; customer care and services; financial, stress and time management among others.Moo

The Chairman, Capacity Development and Training Committe,(AWAMN), Olugbenga Adebola said the training was in line with the manifesto of the new executives of the association  to  reposition the waste management industry to have a cleaner and healthier environment.

“The repositioning was necessary for the state and the waste management industry in view of the recent experience  of mismanagement and near policy  summersault that returned lagos to a very dirty state,” he said.

He noted that the State Governor, Mr Babajide…



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