Tons of scrap metal and crushed derelicts are photographed leaving the Virgin Islands on a 5,000 ton barge.
The Department of Waste Management (DWM) announces the revitalizing of the recycling programme in Virgin Gorda in an effort to reduce the Territory’s dependency on landfill disposal.
Tons of scrap metal and derelict vehicles collected as the first barge leaves the Virgin Islands.
Owners of vehicles parked on the premises of Government-owned community centres are asked to have them removed by October 12.
Do you own derelict vehicle and wish to have it disposed of?
The first of several barges prepares to transport scraps of metal and crushed derelict cars from Pockwood Pond and Cox Heath out of the Territory.
Minister for Health and Social Development, Honourable Ronnie W. Skelton has announced plans to curb the importation of single-use plastics in the Virgin Islands.
Government officials met with residents living in the western communities of Tortola to discuss concerns on recent fires and waste management plans moving forward.
Residents of Pockwood Pond, Towers, West End, and surrounding areas are invited to a community meeting on Tuesday, September 4, at 6:30 p.m. at the Zion Hill Methodist Church.
La Agencia de Recuperación y Desarrollo les recuerda a las comunidades las Islas Vírgenes Británicas que utilicen los contenedores colocados en siguientes zonas que se encuentran estas áreas para recolectar los desechos.