Eid-el- Kabir: LAWMA Urges Lagosians on Proper Waste Disposal

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Eid-el- Kabir: LAWMA Urges Lagosians on Proper Waste Disposal

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The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) on Wednesday urged  residents to properly dispose of their domestic wastes during and after the forth-coming Eid-el-Kabir celebrations.
The Assistant Director, Public Affairs of LAWMA, Mrs. Folashade Kadiri, disclosed this in a statement that adequate measures had been put in place to ensure that the celebration was observed in a filth-free environment, as waste evacuators have been mandated to work round the clock to clean up the city.
The statement noted LAWMA’s resolve to stamp out all forms of improper waste disposal in the metropolis, which has resulted in environmental degradation, calling on residents to patronize only their assigned PSP operators.
According to Mrs. Kadiri, toll-free lines had been made available to the public, for swift response to complaints, as well as back-up operations in areas witnessing service gaps.
While speaking on its plan for effective and improved services within its three (3) districts, during the festive period, she said LAWMA would be distributing free trash bags to residents for easy storage of extra waste that would be generated during the period.
She advised residents to desist from dumping waste indiscriminately on road medians and verges, but to patronize accredited PSP operators in their areas.
She also assured that extra trucks had been deployed to ensure adequate back-up for the PSP operators, urging residents to call the Authority’s toll free lines 07080601020 or 617, to request for prompt attention.
While wishing residents happy celebrations, she appealed to Lagosians to shun acts capable of negatively impacting on the environment, stressing that the task of achieving the desired cleaner and healthier environment was a collective responsibility.
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