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EPA, police arrest acting MD for using fake certificate

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in a joint operation with the Ghana Police Service has apprehended  Mohammed Yousif, acting Managing Director of D&Y Industries Limited, for allegedly using a forged EPA certificate. D&Y Industries Limited, located in Accra, is a dealer in Aluminium Glass Doors and Accessories. The Executive Director …

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EPA Boss stops work on Ashaley Botwe’s ‘Tower of Babel’

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Henry Kwabena Kokofu has ordered construction works on a building famed on social media as Ashaley Botwe ‘Tower of Babel’ to come to an immediate halt, MyNewsGh.com reports. The EPA boss who visited the building site this morning after images of …

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EPA shuts down steel factory

United Steel & Fabrication Limited, a steel manufacturing company in the Tema Free Zones enclave, has been temporarily shut down by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This follows the company’s inability to meet EPA’s deadline to cut down on pollution. Ebenezer Appiah Sampong, Deputy Executive Director of EPA, Accra, who …

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EPA rolls-out mechanisms to reduce LPG hazards

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has rolled-out educational and sensitisation mechanisms aimed at reducing the hazards associated with Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) usage. The EPA would, therefore, train players in the sector including owners and dealers, station attendants, customers, transporters and other technical partners such as the Ghana National Fire …

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EPA revokes license of Chinese fish farm in Asutsuare

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has revoked the environmental permit for China Fujian Fishing Limited Facility located at Asutsuare in the Greater Accra Region. The EPA, in a statement, said the move is in accordance with Regulation 26 of the Environmental Assessment Regulations 1999 (LI 1652). “Investigations conducted by the …

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