PROCUREMENT NOTICE: DEADLINE 22.11.2021

The West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL) through one of its partners’ Twerebo Process Industries Limited wishes to apply a portion of its budgetary allocation under the Waste-to-Energy as a sustainable solution for Ghana project to procure, the following items classified under the following lots; Lot 1 No Continue Reading

WASCAL IS HIRING

All positions will be based at Gyankobaa in the, Nkawie district , Ashanti Region.  Deadline for all applications is 20th November, 2021 All applications should be addressed to candidature@wascal.org Plant Engineer Plant technician Laboratory Technician Plant Supervisor Security Officers The hybrid waste to energy as a sustainable solution for Ghana is an applied science project Continue Reading

PROCUREMENT NOTICE: DEADLINE 14 -11-2021

The University of Rostock (UR) wishes to apply a portion of its budgetary allocation under the waste to energy as a sustainable solution for Ghana project to procure, construct, test, and commission the following items classified under the following lots Lots Item Quantity Brief description Lot 1 Emergency gas flare 1 To be used to Continue Reading

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Download the Application Form Below Application Form – Master Research Program on Informatics for Climate Change Université Joseph KI-ZERBO, Ouagadougou Download the Application Form Below Application Form – PhD in Climate Change and Agriculture (CC & Agric)Université des Sciences, des Techniques et des Technologies de Bamako(USTTB) – Mali; Institut Polytechnique Rural de Formation et deRecherche Continue Reading

ADVERTISEMENT FOR A CO-OPERATOR OF A 400 KW HYBRID WASTE TO ENERGY FACILITY AT GYANKOBAA

The hybrid waste to energy as a sustainable solution for Ghana project is looking for a Ghanaian owned company with expertise in waste management and the operation of a waste to energy facility to be a partner in the operational consortium to operate the 400 kW pilot waste to energy power plant at Gyankobaa in Continue Reading