According to a note from the GPL, which VerAngola had access to, Manuel Homem also visited the company's premises, in order to assess its operation.
"After 10 months, the Provincial Governor of Luanda, Manuel Gomes da Conceição Homem, once again toured the premises of the Cleaning and Sanitation Company of Luanda - ELISAL, supervised by the GPL, to assess its operating status and proceed with the delivery of 48 trucks of a batch, with a view to reinforcing the institution's action, to respond to the province's challenges", reads the note.
Speaking on the occasion, Manuel Homem said that this delivery is "just" one more batch and that they will continue to deliver to the company "in subsequent batches with more differentiated means" that enable Elisal to act.
"This is just another batch, we will continue to deliver to Elisal, in subsequent batches with more differentiated means that allow the company to operate", he said.
The governor also said that the necessary "excellence" had not yet been reached: "We have not yet reached the excellence of what we need, because Elisal, taking into account the challenges that the province has in terms of basic sanitation, must also be focused on creating conditions to implement an environmental education program for the population and introduce recycling as a normal process in the program, in the solid waste collection and sanitation ecosystem", he said.
According to another note from the GPL, at Elisal's facilities, "the construction of the Multifunctional Building is under way, in an area of 831.75 square meters, to deal with issues related to sanitation, and the rehabilitation of the management office of human Resources".
Members of the provincial government's board visited the establishments to assess "the degree of execution of the work, which is taking place at an accelerated pace".
Following the visit, advances another GPL statement, "several recycled products from solid waste were also presented, in order to encourage the transformation of waste into reusable materials".
"From the exhibition, the creation of ecological barriers stands out, appearing as partitions to remove floating garbage from the sea, with a view to intensifying actions for sustainability and protection of the environment", reads the note.
It should be noted that on the 29th of June, the company celebrated 32 years of existence, assuming the commitment "to the management of the cleaning system and treatment of solid waste for reuse".
The deputy governor for the Political and Social Sector, Manuel António Gonçalves, the chairman of the Board of Directors of Elisal, Gonçalves João Imperial, the general secretary of the GPL, Edna Nobre Caiongo Caetano de Lima, as well as directors provincial.