Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Garbage challenge


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Garbage is piling up from the north to the south of the island.

Householders have been complaining about the lack of collection of refuse outside their homes while passers-by have been squirming at the unsightly build-up along the roadways.

The mounting garbage has been blamed on bad dumping habits, littering, residents producing far more rubbish than before and even the time of year. (AC)

Here, touring students of Charles F Brome Primary School skipping over garbage obstructing the sidewalk in Queen Street, Speightstown, St Peter, yesterday.

(Pictures by Ricardo Leacock and Xtra Vision Photography.)



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