Has anyone seen or heard from the National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) Chairman Michael Joseph recently?
The garbage has been piling up since before the storm.
Some of us are approaching 3 weeks without collection, others 4.
In another country, this might be taken a bit more seriously, but here we are so accustomed to the failure of our public services that when they function properly we hand out awards.
Does the good Chairman not think it wise to address this issue publicly?
Or has failure to collect become such a norm at the NSWMA that he doesn’t even feel obligated to speak publicly on the matter anymore?
Or is he hesitant to come to the public and reveal how many trucks are actually on the road at the moment servicing a population of 100,000?
And what is being done about that system of contracting trucks which is surely a failed system, since contractors have been unreliable and we can see where it has put us today?
Mr. Chairman, is that you? Where art thou Mr. Chairman? Don’t be like the last Chairman. Don’t be a solid waste.
Ernest J. Farfingbottom
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