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Nevis Solid Waste Management Authority receives shipment of 2 garbage trucks and other heavy equipment

Nevis Solid Waste Management Authority receives shipment of 2 garbage trucks and other heavy equipment


Nevis: The administration of the island of Nevis, led by the Concerned Citizens Movement, has invested heavily in effective waste management and organized the clean-up campaign on the island. The government delivered shipment of 2 brand new garbage trucks and other heavy equipment for the landfill.

The Premier of Nevis and leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement, Mark Brantley, took to social media and announced that the Nevis Solid Waste Management Authority had received the shipment of the garbage trucks and d other equipment.

Premier Brantley said this is a significant investment by the administration of Nevis Island to ensure it better meets the needs of the general public.

He noted: “Today the Nevis Solid Waste Management Authority received a shipment of 2 new refuse trucks and other heavy equipment for the landfill. This is a significant investment by the Nevis Island Government to ensure we better meet the needs of the Nevisian public.

Highlighting the importance of waste management, Premier said cleaning is something that drives the notion of healthy living and a safe and pollution-free environment. Waste management is inversely related to disease-free health and a virus-free environment.

He said: “Effective waste management is an essential part of ensuring a healthy island.

Brantley also expressed his gratitude to the NSWMA Board, Managing Director Andrew Advisor Prentice and his team for their efforts to clean up Nevis. He added: “I thank the NSWMA Board, Managing Director Andrew Advisor Prentice and his team for their tireless efforts to keep Nevis clean and healthy.”

After winning the general election in Nevis, Premier Brantley and CCM members got back to work and presented several government initiatives.

Earlier he held a meeting with officers from the Nevis Fire Service yesterday morning. He received briefings on issues affecting officers and service delivery in Nevis. He thanked their firefighters for their hard work and commitment to keeping us safe and pledged to continue working with them and the federal government to provide exceptional service to Nevis.