Fellow residents of the Virgin Islands, for too long we have been faced with the challenges of improper and inefficient waste management strategies. It is now a subject that must be addressed and solved.
The public is notified that the Territory-wide clean-up will be conducted in Districts 5 and 6 in May.
Minister for Health and Social Development Honourable Carvin Malone has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Green V.I to implement a recycling system across the Virgin Islands.
Residents of Virgin Gorda are being advised that the transporting of derelict vehicles by the Department of Waste Management continues from the sister island to Tortola by barge.
Approximately 180 derelict vehicles were collected and transported off Virgin Gorda in a continued effort to clean up the Virgin Islands.
The public is hereby notified that the Government of the Virgin Islands will be launching a comprehensive clean-up of the Territory.
Premier and Minister of Finance, Honourable Andrew A. Fahie will lead the charge over the course of six months to launch a comprehensive clean-up of the Territory.
Pictured is Minister for Health and Social Development, Honourable Carvin Malone overseeing derelict removal on Virgin Gorda on April 6.
Residents of Virgin Gorda are being advised that the Department of Waste Management will be transporting derelict vehicles from the sister island to Tortola by a 3000 ton barge.
The Government of the Virgin Islands is inviting tenders for the collection of solid waste Territory-wide.