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2016 cyclone season: Let's take a look
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2016 cyclone season: Let's take a look
The 20 May 2016 was held in Collective the large annual meeting preparing for the 2016 cyclone season.
For all actors present, it was necessary to make an inventory of the equipment and means of intervention available. Chaired by President Aline Hanson and initiated by the territorial adviser in charge of the Orsec Plan, Mr. Louis Fleming, this preparatory meeting meets several cyclonic preventive requirements: a reminder of cyclonic vigilance levels and common guidelines for Services, and the means and arrangements of the Collective as a whole to respond to the passage of a cyclonic phenomenon.
The cyclone season will begin on 1 June and end on 30 November 2016, the Community is already inviting the population to observe the necessary preventive measures in order to prepare for the possible passage of a cyclonic phenomenon.


Collective Communiqués:

Communicated to the public

The Community of Saint Martin calls for your good citizenship and asks you to respect the cleanliness of the island during a cyclonic period.
In fact, following the previous cyclones, many green and bulky waste had been deposited on public roads to the detriment of all road safety and public health regulations. In the event of a new cyclonic episode, it will be up to each person to take all necessary measures to evacuate his waste. In order to prevent them from slipping away and causing accidents, the green and bulky waste must be deposited at the Galisbay waste disposal site or at the eco-site of Grandes Cayes in Cul de Sac. No wild deposits can be tolerated upon the announcement of a cyclone warning.
The offenders will be verbalized and given formal notice to evacuate their waste on the Grandes Cayes eco-site or the Galisbay-Bienvenue waste disposal center.
The Community advises you to carry out the work of sizes, pruning of trees and shrubs and evacuation of your bulky items right now.

Timetable: Monday to Friday: 07h00-16h00 / Saturday: 07h00-14h00.
Departure times: Monday to Saturday from 10h to 18h. (Free sites for individuals).
Communicated for the attention of hoteliers, condominiums and professionals


The Community of Saint-Martin is calling on your professionalism and asks you to help it to ensure the cleanliness of the island, by already undertaking the pruning and cutting of plants in anticipation of A cyclonic phenomenon, and transporting green waste to the eco-site of Grandes Cayes.

In the previous cyclones, it was found that many hotels and condominiums had thrown large quantities of green waste and bulky items onto the public roads to the detriment of all road safety and public health regulations. To prevent this from happening again, the Community of Saint-Martin asks you to carry out cutting, pruning, pruning and cleaning work now. It is the responsibility of the professionals to take all necessary measures with their service providers to evacuate green and bulky waste to the eco-site of Grandes Cayes.
Green waste, rubble, bulky items and other rubbish deposited near garbage or roadside shelters will not be tolerated and picked up by the services of the Community. The offenders will be verbalized and given formal notice to evacuate their waste on the eco-site of Grandes Cayes.
Schedule of the eco-site: from Monday to Friday: 07h00-16h00 / Saturday: 07h00-14h00.
The Community of Saint-Martin thanks you for your understanding.

Press release for real estate agencies

The Community of St. Martin calls on your professionalism and asks you to kindly help it to respect the island's cleanliness.
As a result of cyclones in our territory, it has been found that many housing estates throw their green or other waste on the public highway to the detriment of all road safety and public health regulations.
You will ensure that your condominiums, which you insure the trustee, who use private providers, that they effectively evacuate their waste from their activities to the eco-site of Cul de Sac.
We regularly observe that many '' jobbers '' and cleaning companies deposit their bags, green waste, rubble and other rubbish in the vicinity of garbage bins.
In no case shall the Community intervene within the subdivisions for the collection of this type of waste.
In case of major damage caused by bad weather, resulting in very large quantities of green or other waste, you will send to our services, as soon as possible, a plan defining a perimeter of deposit located near the public domain to store Waste that could be removed by the Collective.
Timetable: Monday to Friday: 07h00-16h00 / Saturday: 07h00-14h00.
Departure times: Monday to Saturday from 10h to 18h. (Free sites for individuals).
The Community of Saint-Martin thanks you for your understanding.

Communicated to garages and mechanics managers

At the beginning of the hurricane season, hygiene and safety measures are required. The President and her Rescue Organization Committee reminded garage workers, mechanics and sheet metal workers that the removal of metal scraps that could be dangerously fatal in the event of strong winds in their vicinity is an essential step.
These preventive measures must be taken at the earliest stages of vigilance in the event of the passage of a cyclonic phenomenon.
Citizenship and the sense of responsibility of all persons involved in the implementation of this clean-up are being used.
The Community of Saint-Martin thanks you for your understanding.

Communicated to Service Station Managers

It is brought to the attention of the owners and managers of service stations that, from the red vigilance phase, it is their responsibility to proceed with the closure of their establishment and the decommissioning of any automatic fuel dispenser.
In addition, for security reasons, the sale of gasoline in jerricane must be limited and not exceed 10 liters.
Public security and the organization of the Territorial Safeguard Plan are a matter of cooperation and goodwill. The Community of Saint-Martin thanks you for your understanding.


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