Piles of garbage left on Rudy John Beach

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Piles of garbage left on Rudy John Beach

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A concerned resident of Laborie has written this publication expressing disgust at the current state of the Rudy John Beach following the long holiday weekend.

The resident said: “Ask fellow Lucians not to litter such beautiful beaches after they enjoyed it with family and friends. They always want to blame government for their careless actions. Sensitization is needed.”

 

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  1. There is only one garbage bin provides for the people on the beach by the Laborie village Council. I was was told there is a bin near an establishment at the beach and it is private as the owners are the ones paying SSAS to collect their waste. Furthermore, it is expected that the bin will overflow with garbage as business owners (Restaurants) do dump their waste in there daily. The last collection day of the week is Friday. It bin is cleared on Friday by the time the weekend breaks it's already filled by Saturday afternoon. People place the garbage in bags and place it on the ground, the dogs makes a mess. Let the bin be used for the sole purpose of patrons on the beach and not business establishments. I believe if one is managing a business It's their responsibility to find ways of disposing their waste.

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  2. There is only one garbage bin provides for the people on the beach by the Laborie village Council. I was was told there is a bin near an establishment at the beach and it is private as the owners are the ones paying SSAS to collect their waste. Furthermore, it is expected that the bin will overflow with garbage as business owners (Restaurants) do dump their waste in there daily, by the time the weekend breaks it's already filled by Saturday afternoon. People place the garbage in bags in the ground the dogs makes a mess. Let the been be used for the sole purpose of patrons on the beach and not business establishments. I believe if one is managing a busy they should be responsible to find their private waste bin.

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  3. We need beach garbage security on Laborie Beach to enforce cleanness. We need to Charge non Laborians $5 to enter - check their IDs. Fine persons $100 or more for littering. I'm sure the money raised will improve the beach conditions. I don't know any proud Laborian who would litter our beach like that. We need to protect our gem. Make them pay!

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  4. We all need to play a role in changing the face of our beautiful island to a much better one, lets start with where we congregate so others can emulate, this is becoming a serious issue, and I believe government should start by implementing a law that would allow us to use bio degrading products as opposed to plastics which don't bio degrade in our landfills, sooner or later the whole island will be a big dump
    Come on folks KEEP IT GREEN

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  5. There are garbage bins at the beach...Some St. Lucians has no pride in themselves they're just Salop!!

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  6. that d real issue jackasses littering and not the misinterpretation of the cutting of some coconut trees

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  7. it cant be the residents have to be the visitors...wht the hell is this!!! and we need more bins on this beach

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  8. So true. what a shame to leave all your garbage behind. You enjoyed the beach so PLEASE keep it clean for the rest of us.

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