CLEANLINESS AND PUBLIC SAFETY / More than 900 car wrecks removed in recent months by the Collectivity! 

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The environment department has been working for several months on the removal of end-of-life vehicles abandoned on the public domain. 

900 wrecks have been collected in recent months. The Territorial Police intervenes within the framework of a requisition taken for the hurricane season. 58 wrecks of cars abandoned on the public domain were removed in this context between July 20 and 30. 

In support of the ELV market supervised by the environment service, the Collectivity of Saint-Martin has reinforced its interventions. 

Territorial decrees have been taken by the president in order to authorize the removal of wrecks located on illegally occupied public land near Grand-Case airport. 

The objective of this operation organized by the community is to clean up the public domain as part of the cleaning campaign launched on July 8 under the impetus of Vice-President Bernadette DAVIS and the environment department, but also to secure the territory. before the peak of the hurricane season which begins in mid-August (requisitions). 

From a general point of view, the Collectivity has carried out the removal of end-of-life vehicles in all sectors of Saint-Martin from Oyster Pond to Sandy Ground baie nettle, and recently in Concordia, Marigot, Saint James , Accreditation or Galisbay. 

This action will continue over the next few days in the areas of Friar's Bay, Colombier, Rambaud, Grand-Case and Cul de Sac. A similar operation is also scheduled in Quartier Orléans the following week. 

At the request of President Louis MUSSINGTON and his team, the Collectivity of Saint-Martin is continuing its actions to clean up and beautify the territory to secure the population before the peak of the hurricane season, but also to prepare for the tourist season which will starts in November/December. 

For any request for the removal of an end-of-life vehicle, please contact the Environment department: 

window-environment@com-saint-martin.fr or to make a report to the territorial police who will transmit:

police.territoriale@com-saint-martin.fr 

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