Sunday, January 26, 2020

Revised Ciceron Solid Waste Collection Methodology 2017/18

PRESS RELEASE: The community of Ciceron is poised to receive a major face-lift. This is according to the Saint Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority.

This welcomed transition will be made possible via an improved solid waste collection system tailored to provide collection coverage with particular emphasis on areas that have historically not benefitted from the service.

Residents will also experience a discontinuation of the traditional roadside garbage heaps and filth that has been synonymous with their community under this new collection system.

The Saint Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority however, warns residents that the transformation will be successful only if they play their role by adhering to the solid waste collection schedules set for the community.

This new collection service will commence from Monday, February 05 to be continued only on Mondays and Thursdays weekly.

A bulk waste collection service for unwanted household appliances, furniture and fittings will be provided on the first Wednesday of every month beginning on Wednesday, February 07, 2018.

All Saturday collections have been discontinued as of the week of Monday, February 05, 2018.

The Authority urges all residents to contact its office at telephone number 453 2208 or 450 7070 or message via Whatsapp at 724 5544 for further assistance.

TRENDING

Double Homicide At Boguis, Babonneau

Police are investigating a double homicide at Bogius, Babonneau, law enforcement officials have confirmed. The officials told St Lucia Times that the bodies of two...

St Jude Hospital Patient Dies After Being Hit By Heart Monitor Machine

An investigation is currently underway into the death of a female patient at Saint Jude Hospital, after a heart monitor machine fell on her,...

Court Orders Bexon Cow Thief To Attend Church Every Sunday

A Bexon cow thief was ordered to attend church every Sunday as part of his sentence when he appeared in court. The man was identified...

PM: Fifty-Four Young Saint Lucians Enter Workforce

Fifty-four young Saint Lucians have entered the workforce as they commenced training at the Harbor Club Friday, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says. Chastanet announced on...
Double Homicide At Boguis, BabonneauRead
%d bloggers like this: