About 3 tons of waste were collected from the cemetery of the municipality of the governorate join phil During an event held on Thursday (29) in the Central Region. Six buckets were full, divided between organic and recyclable waste.
The work involved teams from the Ministry of Agriculture and the Environment (SMA), from Joinville Environmental Watch, staff from the 62nd Infantry Battalion and staff from Ambiental Cleaning and Orbenk, which provide services to the municipality.
The aim of the measure was to eliminate Aedes aegypti mosquito infestations, making garbage collection, containers, container containers, and other objects where water could accumulate. Lawn-mowing and guarding services were also carried out, including at the tombs.
According to the Executive Director of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, Ana Luisa Rizzati, new versions of the event could take place again in cemeteries. However, it is important to highlight the citizen’s responsibility to preserve the graves of their loved ones.
– The owner is responsible for cleaning, keeping the deposit closed and taking good care of it. You should also pay attention to the perimeter of the grave and dispose of vases and bowls in which water can accumulate and lead to dengue mosquito outbreaks – he advises.
Another point the director reinforced is the importance of cemetery officials keeping their details up-to-date through the Joinville Funeral Service (Caserf) call center. Correct information is essential for situations where the team needs to make contact to report an inappropriate situation.
Registration can be updated directly with Caserf, by phone (47) 3433-1205 or by email [email protected]
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