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Sites Identified For New Sanitary Landfills

Roundabout JA | December 6, 2022
Prime Minister, Andrew Holness says sites have been identified for the establishment of two new landfills in Jamaica, as part of efforts to improve Jamaica’s solid waste management system. There are currently eight waste disposal sites across the island.
Presenter: Jermi-Lee Nelson
Producer: Jermi-Lee Nelson
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