The best person to contact on waste issues on Majuro is Roger Cooper who heads the Majuro Atoll Waste Cooperation. His email address is email@example.com hope this helps.
If you are worried about lack of justice on Environment are you planning to help Marshall Islands improve its current Evironmental Regulations? Tell me what your plans are and what you plan on accomplishing here in the Marshall Islands?
Most houses on Majuro do not have a compost system in place. All though some houses are composting their organics in piles with the banana patches. The MAWC is also separating all organic waste at the dump and so far soil have started to appear and they are also planning to sell the soils that are being produced at the dump for revenue.
No user pay system is in place so at the moment collection of waste is collected for free or being paid by tax payers. I hope I have provided enough information and hope to see you soon on Majuro. In advance, I would like to welcome you to the Marshall Islands and hope you take the time to understand the way things are operated, the people, the culture and mostly the lovely small Country. God bless us all!
Watch Dog Organization
“Courage is not defined by those who fought and did not fall, but by those who fought, fell and rose again.”
i am only a volontaire,simple man that is trying to help every places that i go.in a diplomatic way.
with my sugjections i hope to gain to cut the cost of iliminating weast and stop any futher contamination of are planet at the place that i visited.
i will let you know when i will be there true this site if everything is going my way.
PS:we can only blame are self for the contamination of are planet by doing noughting.
edited by: paxjapan, Feb 13, 2008 - 10:32 PM
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