Fire crew checks out smouldering dump

| 10/11/2021 | 14 Comments
DEH staff work on a hot spot at the dump on Wednesday

(CNS): Cayman Islands Fire Service officers were at the George Town landfill Wednesday morning exploring an area where smoke was seen by Department of Environmental Health staff. Both teams are said to be excavating areas of concern near the top of the dump but officials said no smoke is currently visible. CIFS and DEH staff are damping down any hot areas, which the fire service said was a preventive and precautionary measure, adding that there was no risk to public safety.

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  1. Smoke screen says:

    Next step, they will say it’s out , second step it will light up again, third step they will say it’s out again – get my drift (of smoke, that is)?.

  2. Jesse says:

    Stop dumping Vape with lutium batteries 🔋 in there that’s what is causing 🔥 those thing can blow up government better understand the dangers of them

  3. Anonymous says:

    What should be done with the dump? Is there a conference that can educate us about it?

  4. Anonymous says:

    That’s a coincidence, I had a smouldering dump this morning.

  5. Anonymous says:

    For as minute I thought Bodden Town was on fire

  6. Anonymous says:

    Fix the damn dump Wayne.

    • Anonymous says:

      It is unfixable.

      • Anonymous says:

        By anyone edumacated in the Cayman Islands.

      • Big Bobo In West Bay says:

        Until we improve our public education system the problem will never be solved.

        Our politicians do not have the intellectual acumen to deal with the Dump which has now been proven for 20 years. They still don’t know what to do.

    • Hubert says:

      But I thought Alden and Joey announced just before the election that the Dump problem had been solved.

      Guess they lied to us as there was no agreement with Dart.

      What is new?

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