Cyprus Mail

300 trucks of waste removed in Paphos


Paphos municipality said on Friday it has removed 300 20-tonne trucks of construction and other waste from various areas in the town in recent days as part of a cleaning campaign.

The local authority said over 700 more trucks of waste will be removed.

After Mouttalos and Exo Vrysi, on Thursday, crews started work in the wholesale market area where tonnes of construction waste and other material had been dumped.

Through the effort, the municipality seeks to convey the message that the town must remain clean. Fines have been issued to people caught fly tipping, it said.

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