IN PICTURES: Clampdown on illegal dumping

Rubble in Hyde Park Lane. Photo: Martin Williams

Illegal dumpsites are set to be a rarity in the Hyde Park area as Pikitup and the City of Joburg have started to clear rubble illegally dumped on the island dividing William Nicol, at the Jan Smuts split in Hyde Park.

This is according to Ward 90 councillor, Martin Williams, who tweeted on Thursday that the city’s waste entity, Pikitup’s efforts are part of the City of Joburg’s #AreSebetseng (Let’s Work) campaign which aims to keep Johannesburg clean.

Ward 90 Councillor, Martin Williams, took to Twitter to applaud the City’s efforts:

Residents are encouraged to report illegal dumping via WhatsApp or SMS.

Rubble removal. Photo: Martin Williams

The rubble in Hyde Park has been removed. Photo: Martin Williams

MMC for Public Safety councillor Michael Sun encourages residents to report illegal dumping. Photo: Twitter

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Mpho Moloto

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