Field trips have become a common thing for us at Statia Waste Solutions. We’re always eager to share and hear perspectives from our young minds. We would like to thank Teacher Elske Gibbs and her class for visiting us.
Hi guys, check out the turtle we made from recycled styrofoam. Styrofoam is not-biodegradable and can be very harmful to the environment. Upcycling it and molding it into something else is one of the ways that you can help the environment.Look out for our mini article on alternative uses for styrofoam.
On behalf of the island government of St.Eustatius we will like to inform you of the following developments. The collection of the waste according to the new waste management system will be going into effect as of the 1st of November 2017. What does this mean? This means: Registration will start as of this date…Details
We will be starting as of next week with the new schedule of daily collection of separated waste. Those who are registered and have their waste collected on Monday and Friday will have their waste collected according to the schedule below. How to start recycling? Just sign up for the collection of your waste at…Details
Statia Waste Solution’s Khalil Houtman (second right) shaking hands with The Daily Herald’s correspondent Althea Merkman (right) after delivering the grey and orange waste-collection bins. Also in photo are two of his colleagues. ST. EUSTATIUS–Statia Waste Solution (SWS) began distributing recycle bins on Saturday morning. The contractor in charge of the project, Khalil Houtman…Details
The bins will be distributed to the general public from the 6th of May onward. Each household will receive two bins and a basket. A dark grey and an orange bin. Both bins will have a sticker on it stating what is allowed in the bin. The basket is for in house use to prevent…Details