Dangote Cement Donates 25,000 Pieces Of 100kg To Restore Ecosystem

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Dangote Cement Donates 25,000 Pieces Of 100kg To Restore Ecosystem

Dangote Cement Plc, Ibese plant donates 25,000 pieces of 100kg waste bags for the management of agro waste in the communities across Nigeria.Dangote Cement Donates 25,000 Pieces Of 100kg To Restore Ecosystem

At its presentation made by the Plant Director, Mr. Azad Nawabuddin, to the Chief Executive Officer of Niels Deck Nigeria Limited, Mr. Daniel Akpan in Ibese, on Sunday.

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Mr. Nawabuddin, disclosed the Plant’s commitment to providing a total of 100,000 pieces of the bag to positively engage and empower communities as well as the youths by stimulating the use of agro-waste as alternative fuel in the year 2023.

He explained that, Dangote Cement Plc, was irrevocably committed to the use of alternative fuel to curb carbon emission by discarding fossil fuel and the donation was part of its efforts.

While appreciating the management of Dangote Cement Plc for the gesture, Mr Akpan noted that, “There is no doubt that this will greatly improve the waste management drive in those communities, create more employment and guarantee the sustainability of the livelihood of hundreds of Nigerians across the agro-waste management value chain.”

As an advocate of decarbonisation, Mr Nawabuddin said, his company has been at the forefront of the implementation of global initiatives for sustainable environment in communities across Nigeria.

“The partnership with Ibese Plant for partial substitution of fossil fuel had not only improved agro-waste management across Nigeria but also helped to economically empower numerous youths engaged for sourcing, packing and bagging the wastes,” Mr Nawabuddin explained.

“The effort had also helped to reduce carbon footprint of the Plant and is a demonstration of DCP’s strong commitment to activities geared towards reduction of global warming in line with international best practices.”