Waste Management: Tubah council to pave roads with recycled plastics in 2023

Mayor Tanjong Martin

The Municipality of Tubah will begin the pavement of roads with recycled plastics in 2023.

The announcement was made to councillors of the Municipality during a budgetary session that held on the 10th November 2022, the Mayor Tanjong Martin promised to use pavement blocks to make roads passable within the Municipality beginning with the CCAST Street.

The council recently engaged in waste sorting and waste management after a brief recess caused by the sociopolitical unrest in the North West and South West Regions.

Councillors of the Tubah Council

Mayor Tanjong Martin has launched a clarion call to all and sundry to supply the council with plastics to ensure a continues production at the site.

"We produce pavement bricks for yards and roads of very high quality.  We call on the population of Tubah to make good use of this opportunity by providing us with the necessary raw materials like plastics and other logistics to improve on the production capacity of this unit." Mayor Tanjong told the board."

Envisaged to function on a budget of 814.3 million Francs CFA up from the 784.3 million CFA in 2022, the budget has received a 3.6 percent increase.

The budget according to the Mayor is geared towards the construction of more sheds at the Bambili market, the construction of a mini cattle market transit fence at Sabga, construction of a semi mortuary at CMA Bambili.

The council is looking forward to transforming the meat sale slab inside the Bambili market into a microfinance community hall office to empower young persons.

In 2023, the council will improve on tax collection through the recruitment of council police officers.

Of the over 800 million budgeted, 325.7 million will serve as the investment budget while the rest goes for settlement.


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