Sterling Bank Plc promotes Sustainable Environment practices.

As part of the promise made by Sterling Bank Plc at the maiden edition of the Recycle Art competition(last year), to showcase art works of winners in one community park or space within their geopolitical zone, a giant size public artwork, “Soiled Soil” was unveiled, at Station Road Roundabout in the Town Area of Port Harcourt.

The artwork  was created with used tin tomatoes cover, disposable nylon and used sack bags. It was one of the four winning entries from the RecyclArt Competition initiated by Sterling Bank to inspire a new generation of Nigerian artists and art genre as well as promote recycling of waste materials in the interest of the environment.

The Governor of Rivers State, who was represented by Prof. Roseline Koinya, Commissioner for Environment, said the artwork installed in a beautified roundabout constructed by Sterling Bank, has showed that waste can be put into meaningful use.

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