Zeal Environmental Technologies Limited (ZETL) is establishing a modern oilfields integrated waste management facility at Nyankrom in the Shama District of Ghana.
Mr. Kweku Ennin, Chief Executive Officer of the company announced this on Tuesday when briefing the media who visited the facility to acquaint themselves with the operations of the company.
Mr. Ennin said the company has acquired a 12.5 acre land for the development of the facility and 6.5 acres of the land has been used to develop the integrated waste management facility.
He said a modern Oily Waste Water Separating Plant, which can be used to manage gas condensate and other hydrocarbon liquid waste is being operated at the facility.
Mr Ennin said ZETL has also acquired a modern high temperature hazardous waste incinerator to manage hazardous waste such as oily rage and sacks, used oil and fuel filters, chemical sacks, obsolete chemicals, medical waste, paint cans and used paints.
He said the company handles ship generated oily waste water, oily sludge, waste oils and general garbage from all vessels that call at the Takoradi Port, the Sekondi Naval Base and the oil and gas industry as well as rigs in the West Africa sub-region.
Mr. Ennin said ZETL is “Committed to ensuring safe, high quality life and environmentally friendly health society for today’s population and tomorrow’s generation”.