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Nicosia municipality launches annual clean-up

Nicosia municipality on Tuesday announced its latest clean-up campaign, a free collection of trimmings and other large items of waste, which will start on October 29 and finish on December 10.

Residents should place items they want to be picked up outside their homes two days before the collection dates which are as follows:

Ayios Andreas (1): October 29 to 30,

Ayios Andreas (2): October 31 to November 1,

Ayios Andreas (3): November 2 to 5,

Trypiotis (1): November 6 to 8,

Trypiotis (2): November 9 to 12,

Ayios Omologites (1): November 13 to 15,

Ayios Omologites (2): November 16 to 19,

Ayios Omologites (3): November 20 to 22,

Ayios Omologites (4): November 23 to 26,

Ayios Antonios (1): November 27 to 29,

Ayios Antonios (2): November 30 to December 3,

Pallouriotissa (1): December 6 to 10,

Pallouriotissa (2): December 3 to 5,

Pallouriotissa (3): November 23 to 27,

Pallouriotissa (4): 28 – 30 November,

Within the Walls (1): November 26 to 30,

Within the Walls (2): December 3 to 7,

Ayios Constantinos and Eleni (1): December 4 to 5,

Ayios Constantinos and Eleni (2): December 6 to 10,

Kaimakli (1): November 8 to 9,

Kaimakli (2): November 12 to 13,

Kaimakli (3): November 14 to 15,

Kaimakli (4): November 16 to 20,

Kaimakli (5): November 21 to 22,

Taht-el-kale: October 29 to 30,

Yeni Mosque: October 31 to November 2,

Omorphita: November 5 to 7.

Trimmings should be separated from other waste for composting purposes. Different types of objects such as electronic items and bulky objects should also be placed apart.

For further information and to find out which streets are covered by the bracketed numbers, residents can contact  22-797007  (Citizen service centre), 22-797312/314 (Health services) or 22-797620 (Cleaning services).

The programme is also available at the municipality’s website www.nicosia.org.cy, where a map of the city with the different subsections has been posted.


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