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The Hurricane Season began on June 1 and will end on November 30. During this period, all the inhabitants and businesses of the territory must feel concerned and prepare as necessary.

To garage managers and mechanics

At the start of the hurricane season, health and safety measures are essential. The President and his Emergency Organization Committee remind garages, mechanics and sheet metal workers that removing all metal waste from around their establishment that could be dangerously fatal in the event of strong winds is an essential step. These preventive measures must be taken from the first phases of vigilance in the event of the passage of a cyclonic phenomenon. Civility and a sense of responsibility are called upon by all those involved in the implementation of this cleaning.

To service station managers

It is brought to the attention of the owners and managers of service stations that from the RED vigilance phase, it is their responsibility to proceed with the closure of their establishments.ment and decommissioning of any automatic fuel dispenser. Furthermore, for safety reasons, the sale of petrol in jerry cans must be limited and not exceed 10 litres. Public security as well as the organization of the Territorial Safeguard Plan depend on the cooperation and goodwill of all. The Collectivity of Saint-Martin thanks you for your understanding.

For the attention of real estate agencies

The Collectivity of Saint-Martin calls on your professionalism and asks you to help it to ensure that the cleanliness of the island is respected. Thank you for ensuring that the condominiums for which you are the trustee, evacuate the waste resulting from their activities to the Grandes-Cayes Cul de Sac eco-site. Under no circumstances does the Collectivity intervene within housing estates for the collection of this type of waste. In the event of major damage caused by bad weather, thus generating very large quantities of green or other waste, please send our services, as soon as possible, a plan defining a deposit perimeter located near the public domain for store waste that could be removed by the Community.

Contacts and schedules:

Ecosite: 05 90 87 25 47.

Open Monday to Friday: 06 a.m. to 00 p.m. / Saturday: 16 a.m. to 00 p.m.

Recycling center: 05 90 87 79 48. Open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 18 p.m. (Free sites for individuals).

Community environment department: 05 90 52 27 30. Open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 15 p.m.

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