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Thursday , October 28 2021

Tons of waste removed, scores of shops shut as Jleeb cleanup campaign on track

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 27: Complementing the field campaigns carried out by the Joint Ministerial Committee to follow up the existing situation in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area, Director of the Public Hygiene and Roads Operations Department, and Director of the Audit and Follow-up Department of Municipality Services at the Governorate Municipality Branch, Saad Al- Khrainej, explained the campaign was organized after it came to the notice of the authorities that a large number of stores in the area have been violating the Municipal regulations, reports Al-Anba daily.

A Municipality employee seals a shop operating without commercial licence

The committee is chaired by the Director General of the Municipality, Ahmad Al-Manfouhi. Al-Khrainej stressed the campaigns will continue until all the violating shops are closed and the prestige of the law is imposed on the violators without exception.

He also stressed a report is submitted daily to the director of the branch of the province for senior management review. He went on to say, the campaign, which began at 8 am continued even after the Maghreb prayers and resulted in the closure of 25 shops administratively after completion of all legal procedures, which included the citations.

Al-Khrainej pointed out that the Department of Hygiene over a week had issued 65 citations related to public cleanliness and 31 citations to street vendors in addition to confiscating 68 tons of food and confiscated construction materials and iron and stored at the Municipality site.

This is in addition to 3,240 tons of residential waste, a load of 960 tons of construction waste and a load of 756 tons of scrap and used furniture has been lifted. He has appealed to the owners of real estate to ensure the shops do not violate the Municipal laws and also appealed to the residents of the region to cooperate with the municipality inspectors.

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