Malta Chamber of SMEs council members meet Prime Minister Robert Abela
14 January 2022
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Despite the continued
efforts of Green MT and St Pauls Bay Local Council vandals continue to burn
containers for recyclables which are only there to serve the public at large.
Last Wednesday, a public holiday, someone decided to burn two sites minutes from
each other at St Pauls Bay, one near Fra Ben and another site next to the
In both instances the black metal bin was not burnt indicating
the person who carried out this act knew that metal material does not burn as
fast as paper, plastic or glass. We say someone because the burning of two
separate sites in the same locality cannot be seen as a coincidence.
These containers are
bought from public funds as they are owned by Wasteserv Malta Limited and
devolved to the Local Council. In turn the Local Council contracts an
authorised Packaging Waste Compliance Scheme to empty and maintain these
Reports have been placed
by the St Pauls Bay Local Council to the Police, which we are eager to see
thoroughly investigated. We hope investigations yield results.
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