Bulawayo based home industry assists in environment conservation PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 23 December 2016 18:35

A Bulawayo based home industry consortium has chipped in to assist government in the preservation of the environment by donating equipment worth thousands of dollars to be used towards planting of trees nationwide.

A Makokoba based home industry steel making venture under the banner Aeroloft Investments has moved in to promote the preservation of the environment by unveiling equipment to be used in the promotion of planting trees countrywide.

The equipment includes 50 wheelbarrows valued at US$35 each, 50 picks and 30 shovels all to be fairly distributed to the country’s 10 provinces.

Handing over some of the consignment, Aeroloft Investments spokesperson Mr Konoro Magwenzi says the home industry firm was complimenting the works by the Ministry of Water and Climate Change.

Receiving the consignment, indigenous trees ambassador Mr Never Bonde says the equipment was going to make his job easier urging the corporate world to chip in and assist in the preservation of the environment.

The world is under siege from the threats of global warming amid calls for all stakeholders to channel resources towards fighting the effects of climate change.

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