Kinshasa, June 12th, 2021 (CPA).- The company Clean Plast has promised to offer its services to the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development as part of the preparations for the celebration of the 61st anniversary of the independence of the DRC, in the outcome of a hearing granted Thursday in his office by the Deputy Prime Minister in charge of this ministry, Eve Bazaiba, to the head of this private company working in the sanitation sector in the city of Kinshasa, Alexander Bamanisa.
The company Clean Plast justifies its support to the Congolese government within the framework of the sanitation program, in anticipation of the day of June 30, a date which marks the independence of the DRC, with the particularity this year the return of the relics of the former Prime Minister Patrice Emery Lumumba in the land of his ancestors.
The Congolese government through the Vice Prime Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development announced the upcoming launch in Kinshasa of the sanitation component of its program according to the vision of the Head of State, in particular the planting of a billion trees here. 2023.
It is with this in mind therefore that the representatives of this company which works in the collection and treatment of all kinds of plastic waste in the city of Kinshasa have promised to provide their support to the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development so that the Congolese do not celebrate the return of the relics of their national hero in the dirt. ACP/