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VIWMA Experiences Delays in House to House Collection

The V.I. Waste Management Authority apologizes to the St. Thomas residents who receive house-to-house collection for the delay in collection this past week. The authority recently transitioned to new haulers and routes this past Sunday and, unfortunately, both contractors experienced mechanical difficulties which lead to delays in the solid waste collection. The contractors are rectifying the problems and are returning to the normal collection pickup.
Residents are asked to call the Division of Solid Waste at 776-7971 to report any problems they are having with collection.
For more information, contact the Office of Communications Management at 690-4218.

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The V.I. Waste Management Authority apologizes to the St. Thomas residents who receive house-to-house collection for the delay in collection this past week. The authority recently transitioned to new haulers and routes this past Sunday and, unfortunately, both contractors experienced mechanical difficulties which lead to delays in the solid waste collection. The contractors are rectifying the problems and are returning to the normal collection pickup.
Residents are asked to call the Division of Solid Waste at 776-7971 to report any problems they are having with collection.
For more information, contact the Office of Communications Management at 690-4218.