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Kribi Container Terminal obtains the “Green Terminal” label

This distinction was awarded to KCT, a consortium made up of Cameroonian, French and Chinese shareholders, on the basis of innovations such as the construction of the terminal to the latest international port standards, the treatment of waste with rainwater and dirty water treatment plants, waste treatment, etc., after the audit conducted by Bureau Veritas, which is a French company specializing in testing, inspection and certification.

Kribi Containers Terminal (KCT), concessionaire of the container terminal of the deep water port of Kribi located in the southern region of Cameroon, has obtained the "Green Terminal" label awarded by Bureau Veritas, according to a press release issued by the said company on Monday.

This label rewarded the efforts that KCT has made to "reduce the impact on the environment by implementing eco-responsible measures", said Eric Lavenu, KCT's managing director. The deepwater port of Kribi, whose Phase I was built by China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd (CHEC) and opened in 2018, is a gateway to Cameroon and its hinterland countries such as Chad and the Central African Republic.

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