Navotas street sweepers get mobile trash bins
In a bid to improve the city’s cleanliness and sanitation, and to sustain its long-term ecological solid waste management program, the Navotas City government has turned over 500 mobile trash bins to Navoteño street sweepers.
Sweepers are currently employed to keep the city clean. Most of them are mothers who need to earn additional income to support their families.
The sweepers work two shifts daily, rendering one and a half hours of service in the morning and afternoon.
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