Grant from Government of Japan Provides Belize City Council with New Garbage Compactor

Grant from Government of Japan Provides Belize City Council with New Garbage Compactor

The Belize City Council has a new garbage compactor thanks to the Japanese Government. Today, the council received the first of two trucks that are being purchased through a grant from Japan. The project seeks to bolster the capabilities of the council’s sanitation department and lessen its dependency on contractors.  Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner says the venture was years in the making and touched on how the machine will be used. 

Japan’s Ambassador to Belize, H.E. Nobuyuki Shirataka, spoke about the importance of the project and the excellent relations shared between nations. 

The second compactor is expected to arrive in the country in the coming weeks

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