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Bulletin #6 - Fires at Beetham Landfill
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Date:             Friday 24th April, 2015
Time:            11:00am
Subject:       Fires at Beetham Landfill update.

Bulletin:

The Trinidad and Tobago Solid Waste Management Company Limited (SWMCOL) wishes to advise the public that the Beetham Landfill is now open for business.

The fires and smoke are under control with cover material being placed in the affected areas. There is minimal smoke impact in the surrounding communities and down town areas.

 
Bulletin #5 - Fires at Beetham Landfill
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Date:Thursday 23 rd April, 2015
Time:10:00am
Subject:Fires at Beetham Landfill update

Bulletin:
The Trinidad and Tobago Solid Waste Management Company Limited (SWMCOL) confirms that the fires at Beetham Landfill have been brought under control and anticipates that the site will re-open at 2pm today.

 
Introducing SWMCOL’s heavy-duty shredding machine, “The Slayer”
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LAUNCH OF PILOT CURBSIDE RECYCLING PROJECT IN MARACAS/ST. JOSEPH
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SWMCOL is pleased to announce the commencement of a Pilot Curbside Recycling Project in the Maracas/St. Joseph Community in partnership with the Rotary Club of Maracas/St. Joseph (RCMSJ) and Tetra Pak.   

The first in a series of pilot projects to be staged by SWMCOL, the Maracas/St. Joseph project aims to assess the feasibility of collecting recyclables at source, the overall cooperativeness of the participants, and the types and quantities of material collected during the run of the project.