As part of the clean-up campaign for "Friendly Island - Clean Island", launched by President Daniel Gibbs and his team, 01 and 02 July and 8 weekends and 9 July 2017, the community of Saint -Martin - Environment and Living Environment Department - proposes a free operation to remove carcasses from vehicles. This operation will continue beyond the collective cleaning campaign.
A free pick-up of all the wrecks is offered to the owners who want to get rid of an end-of-life vehicle. Removal of abandoned carcasses contributes to the development of our landscapes and makes it possible to effectively combat the viruses transmitted by mosquitoes, destroying larval habitats.
If you need to dispose of one or more vehicles, a phone number is available: 05 90 52 27 30 - Environment Directorate and the living environment / living environment service.
The Community of Saint-Martin invites you to participate actively in this campaign of public utility.
Free removal of cars from public roads
The newly launched campaign "Friendly Island - Clean Island: Our Duty of Solidarity!" Is an initiative of President Daniel Gibbs and his team, in partnership with the Environmental Department of the Community of St. Martin. No charge, in efforts to enhance the environmental health and beautification of our island.
A free and full scale removal of all car wreckage is offered to car owners wanting to get rid of obstruction. The eradication of these virulence viruses as we purpose to eliminate breeding sites.
Please note that the Community will only provide free towing services to the public. Exceptionally, during the cleaning campaign it will be possible to remove abandoned cars from private domain.
If you wish to have one or more vehicles, contact the Department of Environment and Livelihoods at 0590 52 27 30.
The Collectivity of Saint-Martin strongly encourages its population to take an active part in this campaign of public utility.