Workers at the Haags Bosch Landfill Site believe that the present ban on theThis truckload of bed frames was recently dumped at the Haags Bosch Land Fill Site.scrap metal trade is putting immense pressure on the facility.This is as a result of the dumping of ferrous material among the other garbage at the site,Cheap Jerseys From China
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, metal is still being dumped and with no immediate lifting of the ban on the trade in sight, the situation is becoming burdensome.Kaieteur News observed tons of scrap metal being dumped at the new landfill site and since most of it is not biodegradable, they will quickly fill up the facility if the ban continues for a prolonged period.Only recently a truck load of old metal bed frames reportedly from the Georgetown Public Hospital was dumped there, adding to the countless pieces of discarded aluminium pots and pans.Old microwave ovens and washing machines along with discarded vehicle bodies make up the rest of metal deposits at the site.Government had placed the ban on the trade because of widespread vandalism of private and public property.Persons,Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Store
, who earn a living sorting materials at the site, are upset since their livelihoods are threatened.These sorters would normally make a living by selling the scrap metal to authorized buyers who operate at the landfill site.“What we have here at this site is legitimate scrap. Nobody will vandalise anything and throw it in the garbage,Wholesale China Jerseys
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,” one employee at Haags Bosch told Kaieteur News.Aluminium pots and pans make up the list of non ferrous material being dumped.“These things take up space and soon this place will full before it’s time,” another explained.The sorters are appealing for the government to allow the two legitimate scrap metal dealers who operate at the site to make purchases there in order to eradicate the unwanted backlog of scrap.