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Mpampa Cereals

Mpampa Cereals is in Accra and processes cereals. It was established in 2022 and currently has 7 employees. Some of the products of the business include tom brown flour, hausa porridge flour and buff loaf flour. It current has installed production capacity of 300KG per day. Manufacturing processes generate a lot of waste and use a lot of resources. If waste is not properly handled, it can lead to environmental pollution. Line inefficiencies also contribute to unsustainable use of water, energy, and other inputs. Mpampa cereals aims to improve its processes to be more sustainable.

Trimark Aquaculture Centre (TAC)

Mark Yeboah-Agyepong is the Founder and Centre Director of TriMark Aquaculture Centre (TAC). He graduated from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) with Masters of Philosophy Parasitology (2014), Bachelor of Science Natural Resources Management (2010), and Diploma Natural Resources Management (2003). He began by conducting feasibility studies on nutrient recovery from communal wastewater (black, grey and kitchen spent water sources) for commercial fish production in Ghana since 2010 till date. He worked for Waste Enterprisers, KNUST and International Water Management Institute in different capacities such as Aquaculture Production Manager; Teaching/Research Assistant and Contract Researcher respectively. Mark is presently providing oversight responsibility at TAC to run a pilot business model in recycling wastewater for fish production in Kumasi, Ghana.

In most urban cities, domestic wastewater especially black and greywaters are discharged into the environment untreated. This wastewater ends up contaminating surface waters and underground water sources. Trimark Aquaculture Centre, seeks to solve this problem by recovering nutrients from the wastewater for fish culture and revenue from the fish is ploughed back into the business to address the shortage of funds in the sanitation value chain. The short term plan of TAC is to embark on full-scale commercial production (6,000kg/year) of the fish and after which the business model could be replicated in other potential sites in Ghana and other African countries to sustainably address sanitation.

BlueSparks Water Technologies

Isaac Monney is the Founder and Innovations Manager of Bluesparks Water Technologies Limited and a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Environmental Health and Sanitation Education, University of Education, Winneba. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering, a Masters Degree in Water Resources Engineering and Management and currently pursuing a Doctoral degree in Water Supply and Treatment Technologies at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

Bluesparks Water Technologies provides innovative water and wastewater recycling technologies and services for domestic and industrial purposes. We are responsible for the design, manufacture and installation of wastewater recycling technologies currently for industrial applications. Since 2015, the company has been dedicated to developing innovative technologies for recycling of wastewater from the carwash industry. We have committed extensive resources into prototyping and field-testing different technologies suitable for carwash wastewater recycling in Ghana’s largest cities; Accra and Kumasi. With the support of a team of experts from South America and Europe, we currently have a functional technology that produces clean water from carwash wastewater. This will enable operators of carwash operators to increase their revenues by weaning them from the public water utility and hence get more value from the water. As water resources become scarce across the globe, such technology will contribute to protecting this vital resource.

Alchemy Alternative Energy

Seth Quansah is the co-founder and managing director/CEO of Alchemy Alternative Energy (AAE). Seth has over 10 years of business leadership, strategy, and management experience. Prior to AAE, Seth co-founded and led several companies and organizations in the United States and Ghana including RAD-AID International (global radiology program), Zuri-neo LLC (diversified socially-oriented businesses), and Coderina (robotic engineering organization). His sectors of experience spans across social entrepreneurship, medicine, and health technologies. His vision is to address and meet the energy demands in the sub-Sahara African region through his work.

Alchemy Alternative Energy is a waste management company that converts waste from plastics and tires – through internationally approved and environmentally sound processes – into hydrocarbon products by incentivizing local Ghanaian citizens through its well-designed waste purchasing program.

Gamma Energie

Emmanuel Asaam has worked in different industries with notable companies such as Stanbic Bank  Ghana, Vivo Energy (Shell) Ghana Limited and Scangroup Limited (where he managed projects both for Coca-Cola and Vodafone). Emmanuel is a results-driven individual with strong critical thinking and analytical skills. He has a good track record of coming up with creative procedures and system processes which are efficient and effective in getting jobs completed with excellence. He started Gamma Energie since 2015.

Global Bamboo Products Limited

Gloria Asare Adu is the founder and owner of Global Bamboo Products Limited (GBPL). Her dream in Bamboo and rattan business started 12 years ago. She holds a diploma in Agribusiness Management at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) Ghana and has gained experience in business management through her work life over the years. Gloria has undertaken various courses and been on different workshops. One of such workshops led to the establishment of GBPL, which has pioneered the development of bamboo and other non-timber forest products in Ghana. She enjoys gardening, and dancing at her leisure times.

Global Bamboo Products Limited (GBPL) is a hybrid social enterprise in the development of Bamboo and other non-timber forest products (NTFP) providing a substitute for traditional timber products. GBPL’S main focus of business is the cultivation of bamboo and processing of bamboo into products such as bamboo charcoal and briquettes, construction for housing and furnishing, and crafts. The other arm of the enterprise involves skills training, agro forestry and other sustainable alternative livelihood activities.

Arela Chemicals

Charles Boatin is the CEO and co-founder of Arela Chemicals. He spent over four years at the Boston Consulting Group as a management consultant, developing skills in business strategy development, operations, performance management, organization and industry specific topics from project experience in the US, Europe and Africa. Previously, he worked as an engineer at Applied Materials, providing project design, startup and execution and management and engineering support within the semiconductor industry.  He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Arela Chemicals is a waste-to-chemicals company that produces food grade carbon dioxide for bottlers of carbonated beverages. Their technology convert agricultural residues into high purity carbon dioxide and compressed natural gas which is used to generate enough electricity onsite to power the entire manufacturing plant. This production strategy reduces the input cost for beverage makers while reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with current methods of carbon dioxide production and electricity generation. The siting of the manufacturing plant in the Asante Akim North District, will benefit local farmers by supplying them with nutrient-rich organic fertilizer that increases their crop yield and farming revenue.


Sulley Amin Abubakar is the founder of Zaacoal, a green waste to energy business. Amin is a very curious social entrepreneur with extensive community-based research and development skills. Certainly, an unconventional self-starter, Sulley Amin is the man on a mission; a rising Ghanaian entrepreneur, creating affordable green energy for impact. With an eye for detail, he’s keen to make something out of nothing.

Zaacoal is an innovative Ghanaian company that produces clean burning and efficient charcoal from Coconut waste. The company is focused on contributing greatly to curbing deforestation, pollution, global warming and other health issues facing Ghana and other African countries. Zaacoal solves this and puts its society on the right path of achieving a cleaner society through the innovative production of charcoal briquettes from environmental waste (coconut husks and shell).


Joseph Sowatey Komey is the CEO of Synergy Recycle and Waste Management Ltd. He is a strong advocate for renewable energy as it is the sustainable clean form of energy to be deployed

Sustainable Energy Technologies Limited (SETECH)

Lovans Owusu-Takyi is a social entrepreneur, environmentalist and sustainable development professional with about 15 years’ experience in education, agriculture, renewable energy, market development, agroforestry and climate change initiatives in Ghana and Africa. Lovans’ has a passion for developing and deploying innovative climate-smart solutions for energy, environmental and agricultural challenges with a focus on low-income households, small enterprises and communities in Ghana. He has broad and diverse academic background including Post graduate studies in Agriculture, Education and Public Administration in 3 Ghanaian Universities as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Political Science at the University of Ghana. He has also undertaken courses in Biogas, Solar installation and Renewable Energy Technologies at the Energy Center of KNUST as well as ecovillage, bioenergy and permaculture courses in Germany, Denmark, and Scotland. He is currently the co-founder, initiator and Director of the Institute for Sustainable Energy and Environmental Solutions (ISEES) and Sustainable  Energy Technologies Limited, social enterprises committed to developing and promoting innovative climate-smart energy and environmental technologies for households, SMEs and communities in Ghana and Africa.

Sustainable Energy Technologies Limited (SETECH) is a social enterprise committed to developing and promoting climate smart, innovative and environmentally friendly technological solutions that improves the well-being of households, communities as well as improves the efficiency of small holder agro-enterprises in Ghana and Africa to meet their energy and environmental challenges. SETECH also develops inclusive business and marketing models that enhances access to climate smart energy and environmental technologies to targeted end-users. SETECH seeks to reduce energy expenditure, deforestation, indoor air pollution through the promotion of climate-smart technologies to improve the livelihoods, environment and ecosystem of households and communities in Ghana and Africa. Learn more at