Industrial action results in trash collection delays

The Ministry of Public Works is advising the public of delays in trash collection due to industrial action by Collections Staff. The matter, which is being addressed by the Bermuda Industrial Union and the Ministry’s management team, will affect areas in the East End. They include the Aquarium east to St. George’s and the Devil’s Hole Hill area east to St. David’s.

The Ministry notes that collection is expected to resume Monday morning (July 26). The Ministry apologises to the public for the inconvenience caused and encouraged the use of the Tynes Bay Public Drop off, which is open from 7.00 am to 7.00 pm daily.
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