Kuwait Sees 568 Tons of Waste Dumped in Just Two Days

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KUWAIT CITY, Jun 14: Muhammad Sandan, Director of the Public Relations Department and official spokesman for Kuwait Municipality, reported a significant increase in the amount of rubble and waste removed from in front of commercial and residential properties across all six governorates over the past two days.

In a statement, Sandan revealed that the volume of garbage removed on Thursday and Friday was approximately 568 tons, marking a 400 percent increase from the usual rate of 100 to 150 tons. This surge was confirmed by supervisors and inspectors from the cleaning companies contracted by the municipality.

Sandan emphasized that hygiene departments in all governorates will strictly enforce penalties against violators who dispose of rubble and waste improperly in front of properties. He urged property owners to comply with municipal regulations, which require them to remove such debris themselves to avoid fines and penalties.

He also highlighted the municipality’s commitment to enforcing regulations and removing waste of unknown origin. The municipality teams are dedicated to their duties, ensuring the cleanliness and compliance of all areas by filing reports and issuing violations against those who do not adhere to the rules.

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