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Nestle Ghana Plants Trees, Donates Waste Bins And Handwashing Stations At Selected Schools In Tema

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Nestlé Ghana Limited, producers of Milo, Ideal Milk, Nido, Maggi, Nescafe, and Cerelac, under their Employee volunteering program – Nestlé Cares, has planted over 100  trees in selected schools in Tema and 30 in its own facilities.

Deborah Kwablah Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Manager, Nestlé Ghana speaking at the Manhean Anglican School, one of the beneficiary schools highlighted that “greening and protecting our environment is an everyday affair. At Nestlé, we have made a commitment to contribute to the environment sustainably through several actions,  this exercise is not just about the trees and donations but to help imbibe in students positive actions and their relevance in environmental sustainability for their benefit and for future generations that will come after them”.

By 2025 Nestlé commits to have 100% of its packaging recyclable or reusable. 
Nestlé Ghana is a founding member of the Ghana Recycling Initiative By Private Enterprises (GRIPE), an industry-led coalition formed under the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) by manufacturing companies to support sustainable waste management solutions in Ghana, particularly around plastics. 

Also, in partnership with the Pure Water Waste Collectors Association and supported by the Ministry of Environment Science Technology and Innovation, Nestlé Ghana has enabled members of the Association with  20 tricycles, picking tools  and protective gears to collect plastic waste in various communities in Accra.

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