Tag Archives: Winsbert Quow

FEBRUARY CWSA WHITE GOODS COLLECTION

The Central Water and Sewerage Authority (CWSA) is reminding members of the Public that it will be hosting a Free White Goods Collection Service next week. Solid Waste Manager at the Central Water and Sewerage Authority (CWSA), Winsbert Quow said the service will be carried out from February 18th to the 23rd primarily for the… Continue Reading →

CWSA WHITE GOODS COLLECTION BEGINS

The Solid Waste Management Unit in the Central Water and Sewerage Authority (CWSA) is embarking on another cycle of its free White Goods Collection Service. The service, which commenced in September 2011, has been conducted twice yearly in the months of February and September. The collection service commenced today and the CWSA is advising persons… Continue Reading →

The Manager of the Solid Waste Management Unit Winsbert Quow has highlighted the importance of the environment

The Manager of the Solid Waste Management Unit Winsbert Quow has highlighted the importance of the environment, noting that it is everyone’s responsibility to take care of it. Mr. Quow said waste management is a national issue and the Unit will continue to devise ways to ensure that persons are aware of their environmental responsibility…. Continue Reading →

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment is making a concerted effort to combat Land Degradation in SVG

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment is making a concerted effort to combat Land Degradation in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. To this end, the Ministry is implementing a project to revise the National Action Program to address land degradation. Representative from the Environmental Department, Naretta John says Land Degradation is a global… Continue Reading →

Officials from the Central Water and Sewerage Authority say most of the eleven water systems are currently back into operation

Officials from the Central Water and Sewerage Authority say most of the eleven water systems are currently back into operation following damage to eight of their eleven systems as a result of the flooding and landslides which occurred on Christmas Eve. This was revealed by Public Relations and Marketing Assistant at the Central Water and… Continue Reading →