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DEH Bulk Waste Removal Campaign Begins

Notice Board 06/12/2017

The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) will commence its annual bulk waste removal activity on Wednesday, 6 December 2017 and conclude on Wednesday, 20 December 2017. Residents are asked to place their bulk waste on the kerbside during the dates specified.

Collection will commence immediately thereafter.

  • Bodden Town, North Side, East End-              December 6-11
  • George Town/West Bay District-                    December 11-18
  • Cayman Brac East-                                         December 13 only
  • Cayman Brac West-                                        December 18 only
  • Cayman Brac South-                                       December 20 only

Bulk waste must be placed on the kerbside where it is easily accessible to DEH collection crews but will not obstruct the roadway. Bulk items that are put out after scheduled dates will not be collected.

Metals and vegetative waste must be separated from other bulk waste items. Metal waste includes items such as old appliances, metal furniture and metal roofing while vegetative waste includes plant trimmings and tree branches.

Bulk waste refers to large items such as old furniture, household appliances and vegetative waste that are not collected as part of the DEH’s weekly residential pick-up services. Construction and demolition debris are not considered bulk waste and will not be collected during the bulk waste removal activity.

For additional information about DEH bulk waste removal, please visit our website at www.deh.gov.ky. Queries or concerns may also be directed to DEH Solid Waste Unit (Grand Cayman) by telephone on 949-8793, or 948-2321 for persons located in   Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.

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