Secure BDA Suspend Trash Collection Service

August 23, 2021 | 14 Comments

“At this time we are unable to proceed with residential trash collection,” the Secure BDA company said, explaining that “due to circumstances beyond our control and several matters that have arisen since announcing this service” they have suspended the initiative “until further notice.”

The company had previously announced that they would be offering weekly residential trash collection, with the service available in St. George’s, St. David’s, Smiths, and Hamilton Parish and starting at only $9 a week.

A spokesperson told Bernews, “Secure BDA would like to announce that at this time we are unable to proceed with residential trash collection. Due to circumstances beyond our control and several matters that have arisen since announcing this service, we have had to make the difficult decision to suspend the initiative until further notice.

“The outpouring of support from the community has been tremendous. The emails, calls, and direct messages [DMs] from potential customers has been positively overwhelming. We have even received enquiries from people encouraging the initiative and asking when we are coming to their area. Secure BDA is truly appreciative of the support and sends our thanks to each one of you.

“For those customers that signed up for residential trash collection, you will receive additional correspondence from us.

“Secure BDA is committed to providing innovative solutions for the Bermuda community and we will continue to curate services to achieve this objective. Stay tuned for future projects and look out for more updates from our business.

“To find out more about the services offered by Secure BDA, visit our website www.securebda.com. If you need any of our services, please contact us via telephone on 333-2345, email info@securebda.com, or via social media platforms @securebda [Facebook, Instagram, Twitter].”

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  1. Fritz says:

    You can’t privatize de trash collection!

    • sandgrownan says:

      Why are the PLP anti-business and growth?

      • Jus' Askin' says:

        …”anti-business and growth”… interesting :-D

        if they were a proper business with ‘the ducks lined up’ , they would not have suspended the operation ;-)

        there is no growth if they were taking us backwards. it wasn’t even a lateral move :-(

        blaming parties and not taking personal accountability is the issue on this island

        real simple ~ REDUCE YOUR CONSUMPTION!!!

        Manage Your own WASTE ~ Recycle, Reduce and/or Reuse

        we know better yet choose to do otherwise ;-)

        “…Trash & Bills do not MAKE themselves…”

  2. Joe Bloggs says:

    “due to circumstances beyond our control and several matters that have arisen since announcing this service”

    That reads to me like “Government has stopped us from competing with it”.

  3. Proven says:

    Wow – not even allowed to collect trash! That’s a new low for East Enders.

  4. Anonymous says:

    This sounds like the Union or government put a stop to that. You’ll get terrible service or nothing at all I guess. I wish we had a say of where our tax dollars were allocated, because if that were the case, the busses, the post office and those jokers up at works and entertainment wouldn’t get ANY funding.

  5. Rob says:

    I will take a guess and say they were charge the commercial rate to dump the trash.

  6. dunn juice says:

    You guys will not show up my workers, do you expect govt to raise there level of service…

  7. There is no doubt the Govt because of pressure from the BIU has put a stop to this business.

    This is a bad look on the plp government because it now looks like they are anti business.

  8. Enough is Enough says:

    Someone put a stop to this with the quickness…

  9. Question says:

    Another reason to hate unions.

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