The big collective cleaning of the island takes place this weekend! President Daniel Gibbs and his team made the election promise, this major clean island operation will begin on Saturday 1er July at 7h in districts no. 1-2-3 and end on Sunday 9 July 2017 to 13h in the Neighborhoods # 4-5-6, under the slogan "St. Martin Friendly Island - Clean Island".
The goal is to carry out a major cleaning in anticipation of the hurricane season and make Saint-Martin an eco-Friendly destination. The public is invited to clean the private property while the community will continue the cleaning work on the public domain with all the people who wish to join the device. The partner companies of the community will intervene free of charge by putting dumpsters for the green waste and the bulky ones at the disposal of the residents in each district. Neighborhood associations will also assist.
At the same time, the community has launched its VHU operation for the removal of the carcass of a user vehicle entirely free of charge for all those who wish to make themselves known to the personnel of the community who will be in the field, or directly to the service in charge, Contacting the 0590 52 27 30. Removal of carcasses and bulky carcasses will be carried out during the week on request of the local residents.
President Daniel Gibbs makes a civic appeal to all our fellow citizens for an active participation in this collective cleaning program, the 1er weekend and 2 July for the 1, 2 and 3 districts (7h to 13h) and the weekend Of the 8 and 9 July for the districts 4, 5 and 6 (7h to 13h).
The Community of Saint Martin - Environment and Living Environment - invites you to use the devices that will be available to collect as much waste as possible between the 1er July and the 9 July 2017, and thank you in advance Of your involvement in respecting our environment and our living environment.
To find out where the collection bins are located, the community invites you to consult the map designed for this purpose: http://com-saint-martin.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=9ec00bd081304247a31268f1ac3e69f8