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PEPSA DG Commends Graduands At Inaugural Induction Ceremony For Environmental Health Technologists

In a significant development for environmental health, the Director General of the Plateau Environmental Protection and Sanitation Agency (PEPSA), Mr. Samuel Nathaniel Dapiya, attended the inaugural induction ceremony for Environmental Health Technologists, Technicians, and Assistants at the Plateau State College of Health Technology, Zawan.

Addressing the new inductees, Mr. Dapiya congratulated them on their achievements and underscored the crucial importance of their profession. He emphasized the important role these newly inducted environmental health professionals will play in safeguarding public health and protecting the environment.

“As frontline defenders of public health, your work in maintaining sanitation standards, managing waste, and ensuring clean and safe communities is indispensable,” Mr. Dapiya stated.

“You are essential in our collective efforts to combat environmental challenges and promote sustainable practices.”

He highlighted the dedication and expertise required to enforce regulations, conduct vital inspections, and educate the public on the importance of environmental stewardship.

By preventing hazards and promoting health and safety, these professionals are set to make a profound impact on the well-being of Plateau State’s residents.

“The mission of environmental health workers goes beyond routine tasks; it is about safeguarding the health of our communities and preserving the natural beauty of our state for future generations,” Mr. Dapiya remarked.

“Your commitment to high standards of cleanliness and environmental protection is a testament to your vital role in our society.”

PEPSA expressed pride in supporting and collaborating with these dedicated professionals, aiming to realize a cleaner and healthier Plateau State.

The Director General concluded by extending his heartfelt congratulations to all the new inductees, acknowledging their critical role in the agency’s vision for a sustainable future.

“Congratulations to all the new inductees! Your work is vital, and your efforts will make a lasting impact on our environment and public health,” Mr. Dapiya concluded.

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