Waste Management Services (WMS) have taken ownership of sanitising the glass bus shelters that are placed at various locations on the Island.

On Thursday, 1 March 2018, WMS Acting Supervisor, Jeremy Henry, and WMS Operator, Rodney O’Dean, worked diligently to inspect and sanitize the bus shelters at Cleugh’s Plain, White Gate, Half Tree Hollow and Longwood. The sanitation works included cleaning the bus shelters and litter bins and completing a litter pick in the immediate area.

Environmental Risk Manager, Mike Durnford, said:

“These bus shelters were becoming unsightly, and due to the fact that there was no sanitation program in place, WMS identified the issue and took ownership to provide a solution. I joined Jeremy and Rodney as WMS seek to embed this task into routine operations. This was useful, not just to assist with sanitation, but also to mitigate any issues and identify opportunities for service improvements and efficiency.”

 WMS will monitor the cleanliness of the bus shelters and will continue to sanitise periodically.

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2 March 2018

 

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