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Progress Made in Disposal Operations of Hurricane Debris

Hurricanes Irma and Maria left behind 580,000 cubic yards of debris in the U.S. Virgin Islands, enough to fill 177 Olympic-sized swimming pools. All...

Mulch Being Distributed on STJ and STT; Plans Underway for STX

Farmers and gardeners on St. John and St. Thomas can now pick up natural vegetative debris that has been processed into small chips and...

Deadline for Debris Pickup in U.S. Virgin Islands Extended to March...

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has extended the deadline for debris pickup on public rights-of-way in St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix....

Final Pass Of Debris Pick-Up To Begin Jan. 22

The Department of Public Works announced that the final pass for debris pickup will begin on Monday, January 22, 2018. Contractors have worked over the last...

Where’s Territory’s Debris Plan? WMA Mum on Details

The furor over the prospect of burning hurricane debris has left some environmentalists wondering what happened to the rest of the territory's management plan. According...

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