Communities in the following zones are reminded to utilise the bins placed in these areas by the Recovery and Development Agency to collect waste.
Pictured are just a few faces of the hard working men and women within the Department of Waste Management who have organised and collected over a half a million cubic yards of waste .....
Pictured are Contract Awardee Mr. Lance Thomas of LMJ’s Backhoe and Trucking Service, the Recovery Development Agency’s Chief Executive Officer Mr. Paul Bayly, ................
The Government of the Virgin Islands is encouraging the public to remain vigilant of their derelict vessels and take steps to claim and remove the vessel within 60 days of official notice.
The Department of Waste Management’s Cash for Work Programme ended on a high note.
The Department of Waste Management has received a garbage truck from the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) to assist with its waste collection.
Heavy equipment operators and the public are asked to ensure that waste is properly covered while being transported.
Persons are asked to stop the dumping of dirt and other materials on the empty land behind the Central Administration Complex.
Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Communications and Works, Mr. Anthony McMaster is calling on residents to support efforts to keep the BVI clean and green by properly disposing their bulky waste.
Residents are advised that the Pockwood Pond incinerator facility is opened to the public daily from 6:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.