2021-01-13 - 07:49:09 COMMUNITY |
Christmas Tree Collection Advisory
The Ministry of Public Works reminds the public that Christmas tree collection will be held on Saturday January 16th and Saturday January 23rd.
The public is advised to adhere to the following Christmas Tree collection schedule:
All areas of Sandys, Southampton, Warwick and Paget parishes and the following areas of Devonshire: Tee Street and Kent Avenue will be collected on Saturday, 16 January, 2021.
All areas of St. George’s, Hamilton, Smiths, Pembroke and Devonshire parishes – not including Tee Street and Kent Avenue will be collected on Saturday, 23 January, 2021.
Please place your Christmas Tree out for collection on your assigned day only.
To download the 2021 Garbage and Recycling Schedule, or for more waste management information, please visit the Bermuda Government’s Garbage and Recycling page. You may also join Waste Management on www.facebook.com/recyclebermuda.
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