The federal government should help firms within the nation to provide degreasing supplies for oil cleansing companies for the downstream petroleum sector regionally, the Chief Government Officer (CEO) of Bidi Group of Firms, Mr Benjamin Armstrong has mentioned.
That, he mentioned, would assist scale back the importation of such merchandise into the nation and assist create jobs for the youth
Mr Armstrong made the decision in Accra on Friday through the launch of Bioblast disinfectant and heavy obligation cleaner for the well being, meals and transport sector.
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The 2 cleansing merchandise that are produced from pure and biodegradable merchandise similar to sea water are supposed to scale back the importation of cleansing merchandise notably for the oil and gasoline sector, into the nation.
Mr Armstrong defined that many of the cleansing supplies which had been used to wash the slurdge within the bulk storage tanks of oil advertising firms had been imported into the nation, placing strain on the native forex.
He mentioned the demand for degreasing supplies for cleansing within the downstream petroleum sector was large however there have been no native firms producing such merchandise within the nation.
Mr Armstrong mentioned Bidi Group, oil cleansing firm, had been licensed by the Nationwide Petroleum Authority to offer bulk storage tank cleansing companies for oil advertising firms in Ghana and served firms similar to Puma and Blue Ocean.
Mr Armstrong mentioned chemical-based cleansing supplies weren’t allowed for use within the cleansing of bulk storage gas tanks.
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“In cleansing the majority storage tanks of Puma and Blue Ocean we had numerous expertise and this lead us to seek for the Bioplast environmental pleasant degreaser for oil and advertising firms,” he said.
A Bioplast Marketing consultant from the united statesA, Mr Clark Experance, who was the visitor of honour, mentioned the merchandise had come an opportune time when the nation was producing oil regionally.
BY KINGSLEY ASARE