Panther would train 10 Guyanese in Canada if waste-recycling bid accepted

-getting ready for Jamaica operations

CEO of Panther Recycling Michael Mosgrove says that his company will be selecting 10 Guyanese for training in Canada in waste recycling as he remained hopeful that the government will favour his proposal for a $6 billion waste management and recycling facility.

Mosgrove in December submitted a proposal to the Ministry of Local Government following a second call for proposals. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between the Ministry and Natural Globe Inc. following the first call for proposals was cancelled after revelations on the competency and expertise of Natural Globe Inc. to fulfil its obligations under the MOU.

It was revealed in an interview between Natural Globe Inc. CEO Mohamed Osman and this newspaper that the company had only …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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