Creation of new structures for waste management in Haiti

Haiti Trash - Plastics and Styrofoams
There are talks of the creation of a new structure for solid waste management in Haiti whereby the Haitian State (l'Etat Haitien) can actually earn money in waste management. Strategies will be developed to monetize this sector and attract investment in this area, says Donald Paraison, former CEO of Service Métropolitain de collecte de résidus solides (SMCRS)

WHY is Haiti dirty when waste management is BIG Business...

YES... Waste management is BIG Business... As a matter or fact there is a actually a company called "Waste Management" and it is the largest waste disposal company in the United States. Its founder, Wayne Huizenga, is a Billionaire (with a 'B') who started the company with a single garbage truck...

The man made a TON of MONEY collecting FATRA... Yep... All the crap you want OUT of your home... LOL...

Out of the FATRA (Garbage) collection operations Wayne Huizenga built transfer stations, active landfill disposal sites, waste-to-energy plants, recycling plants, beneficial-use landfill gas projects and independent power production plants all producing MONEY... LAJAN...

This one of the reasons I cannot understand why there is so much trash in the streets of Haiti and NO ONE has yet seen it as a GOLD MINE!

So Haiti can be clean AND the State of Haiti (l'Etat Haitien) can indeed make huge profits collecting the garbage that people are burning and dumping near the riverbeds because no one is collecting it.

What do you think about that?

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Patrick Princivil I have to see that with my own eyes, who will by another people's garbage? If this happen it will be a blessing for Haïti, I believe that... see more
Reply · January 09 at 10:50 PM
Wilner Pierre I think the Haitian government must push for that. The country will be clean and money will be generated. This is good news for Haiti.
Reply · January 09 at 7:04 PM
Nap Kite Sa Who will they charge? the tenants or the landlord? Would the street vendors have to pay a fee too? Would it be government owned or privately owned... see more
Reply · January 09 at 3:27 PM
Pat Dillon Thanks for all the useful info you post. I hope the Government of Haiti thinks quickly and begins to act.
Reply · January 09 at 2:23 PM

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