Government On Disposing Horticultural Waste

September 21, 2019 | 2 Comments

Members of the public and truckers are asked to dispose of foliage, garbage and debris appropriately in the aftermath of Hurricane Humberto.

According to a Government spokesperson, “Debris and foliage, as a result of Hurricane Humberto, is being discarded at schools, open areas like the Barnes Corner verge and at the airport long-term parking.

“We are finding that clean up teams are working around the clock to clear areas and within hours irresponsible truckers and members of the public are dumping horticultural waste.

“As a reminder, the Marsh Folly facility is open today, Saturday, to receive horticultural waste and closes at 7:00pm. It will open again tomorrow, Sunday, from 7:30am until 4:00pm. Please take trees and foliage to the Marsh Folly Facility – dumping fees have been waived. The public is asked to use this facility to dispose of horticultural waste responsibly.”

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  1. Nesbo says:

    There really are some lazy, entitled Bermudians out there.

  2. Seascape says:

    There is still alot of branches, downed trees that will pose a problem with Jerry. Both are the responsibility of property owners as well as Government. Also, why are people clearing the roads and throwing it over a fence or wall…that is just going to cause more problems and looks terrible.

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