1. WASTE MANAGEMENT
To manage, collect, treat and dispose of all wastes, either alone or jointly with other companies, statutory authorities, or persons in Trinidad and Tobago.
2. LANDFILL AND TRANSFER STATIONS
To establish and operate disposal sites, a central hazardous waste disposal facility, and transfer stations where appropriate, based on economic considerations.
3. FAECAL WASTE FACILITIES
To undertake the establishment of proper faecal waste receival facilities at sewerage treatment plants, jointly with the Water and Sewerage Authority.
4. RESOURCE RECOVERY
To promote, establish, and operate resource recovery systems for retrieval of valuable secondary materials, wherever technically and economically feasible, and in accordance with good public health and sanitation practices.
5. TECHNICAL SERVICES AND ADVICE
To develop technical resources, and advise Local Government Bodies, Local Health Authorities or other agencies on equipment selection, preventative maintenance procedures, routing, scheduling, safety, productivity, evaluation of bids, contracting procedures and contract monitoring.
6. EDUCATION AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
To educate the public on the hazards of poor sanitation and on their role in maintaining a clean and healthy environment; to maintain close liaison with community groups and other public and private agencies in planning and undertaking country-wide and region-wide cleanup campaigns; and to encourage public participation in such initiatives.
7. PUBLIC OPINIONS AND COMPLAINTS
To develop the network for receiving, monitoring, transmitting and following-up on public complaints and/or opinions.
To sufficiently train local personnel to carry out the above objects.
9. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
To prudently manage and invest the company’s finances and assets to the benefit of the company and its stakeholders.
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