After his training at the Hogere Hotelschool in The Hague, Cees Buijs worked for several years in the Amsterdam hotel industry, after which he became responsible for supplying the KLM fleet in the Middle East, Asia and Australia. For the past 20 years, he has been self-employed as change and crisis manager in more than 40 smaller and larger organisations in the Netherlands. This was followed by a period of 7 years of reflection on the past and also on what the future would hold. With his very extensive business-, organisation- and also financial expertise, Plastic2Oil is now his mission.
Isaac Plange is originally from Ghana and has lived in Amsterdam since 1998. He met Cees Buys at Schiphol and has the ambition to be the first to realise this project in Ghana. This because Ghana has a lot of waste plastics and also a lot of people who have little or no right to exist there now. To prevent the flight to Europe, it is important to give the people there work and an income. With this Plastic2Oil project in Ghana and in fact in almost all African countries, this goal can be achieved. It is therefore also important that the EU leaders know and see this.
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