By KATO P. LADAN, Kaduna
Environmental waste management company, ZL Global Alliance (Nigeria) limited has emerged winner of the International Standards Leadership Awards as the leading waste management company of the year 2018.
It would be recalled that ZL Global Alliance earlier this year equally emerged as Africa’s best world class quality waste management services company.
ZL Global Alliance is an environmwntal waste management company that engages in integrated waste management, waste containerization, revenue collection system, dumpsite and landfill management, recclying and material recovery and distilling of drainage and rivers.
The award which was presented by World Quality Alliance and held at the Nicon luxury hotel Abuja was part of the activities that marked the world international Standards day.
Speaking on the award, the Country Director, World Quality Alliance, Esorougwe Desmond said, ZL global alliance emerged winner of the award among several others in the waste management category based on innovation the company brought into waste management in the country.
“The award is about innovation they have added to the organisation because overtime, waste management in Nigeria has been a kind of business for some people. But ZL Global Alliance is remodelling waste management and this is what won them the award. It is to encourage them.
“The award did not just come to them. It came after a lot of research on companies that are into waste management in Nigeria and ZL Global Alliance emerge the number one”, he added.
Desmond urged the company to continue improving on their services and sustain the good work that won them the award. “This award is the testimony of quality practice” he stressed.
In her acceptance remark, the managing director and Chief executive officer of ZL global Alliance Dr. Abiola Bashorun expressed appreciation with the recognition and assured that the award will spur her to contribute Kore to societal growth and development.
Represented by the Head public relation of the company, Mr Omali Emmanuel, Dr Bashorun said, “With this award, I feel honoured and see that hard work pays, recognised for delivering on set goals amidst all the challenges is indeed quite encouraging.
“Apart from what we have learnt here today and what we are learning on the job, we are going to improve on our service delivery, turn around time and then we are going to wrap up with training and retraining of our people because they are the most important resource we have” she stressed.