ENVIRONMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES MMC OFFICIALLY OPENS TWO RECYCLING FRIENDLY GARDEN SITES

The MMC for Environment and Infrastructure Services Cllr Nico De Jager officially opened two newly refurbished Pikitup Drop off Centres today. The renovations at both the Victory Park Drop off Centre and the Ashburton Drop off Centre are valued at almost R4 million.
Speaking during the official opening Cllr Nico De Jager said the City of Johannesburg generates huge volumes of waste on a daily basis. The efforts of Pikitup employees to guarantee a spotlessly clean City are commendable. But we have since discovered that our efforts are fruitless without the unwavering support of local communities.
“It is against this backdrop that Pikitup is impressing upon communities to roll up their sleeves and together with Piktup rid the City of illegal dumping, litter and reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfill sites,” he said.
The Victory Park Drop off Centre is situated in Victory Park while the Ashburton Drop off Centre is situated in Riverlea.
De Jager said this afternoon that Pikitup and the City of Johannesburg are demonstrating their commitment to reducing waste that ends up at landfill sites by officially opening these drop off centres.

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