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2019 SWM Circular - Mondays Part of Koromakawa, Navo, Malolo (from Transmitter Road junction to Tunalia Road to A D Patel, , all settlements along the Queens Road from Transmitter Road junction to Matavou bridge. Korociri settlement, Nawajikuma Settlement, Tako Estate, Nawakalevu Settlement, Gina Settlement, Kerebula, Nawaka, Namotomoto, Navoci, Saunaka and Narewa Village, Part of Aladatta Road, Solovi, Solovi Lane, Mulomulo Road. Wednesdays Heaven Heights, Matavolivoli Stage 2 , Malawai Housing, Kartaram Estate, Carreras, ATS Co- operative sub-division, Nacava Subdivision, Savanawai Stage 2,         Legalega, Neelfield Subdivision, Westfield, Nasoso, Waimalika as far as Waimalika bridge. HART Home, Bangladesh, Staple Road – Saravi Loop Road, Saravi 1 & 2 Road, Enamanu Road End, Wailoaloa Road End, Nadi Bay Road (excluding CAAF compound) Navakai Road, Jet view Estate. NADI TOWN COUNCIL CIRCULAR – 2019 WASTE MANAGEMENT Residents are informed that with the recent extension to the town boundary and amalgamation of Rural areas with municipal council, Nadi Town Council will be providing extended service for the collection of household garbage in your area effective from Monday the 6th of May, 2019. Therefore you are notified as follows:- 1.1 The collection in your area will be done once weekly (inclusive of Public Holidays). [Note: Residents are advised to take out the garbage by 6.00am on the day of the collection only). 1.2 The collection will include garbage such as kitchen waste BUT does not include trees and shrubs/grass, tree branches, bulky waste such as soil, construction/building materials and any other Commercial or Industrial waste. 1.3 Residents are required to use proper garbage pan/bins with tight fitting lids for the effective and efficient discharge of garbage on the roadside. 1.4 The residents with feeder roads/tracks not accessible to trucks are urged to have community meetings/discussion and erect/construct high raised collection stand at a convenient place along the main road (accessible to trucks) for your easy storage and council removal. This is to be maintained and managed by the residents. 1.5 For those residents whose house is located along the main roads are requested to place their garbage in front of their premises along the roadside. 1.6 All garbage is to be placed on the roadside before 6.00am on the collection days. 1.7 The collection truck will go through the area ONCE ONLY on the allocation days. 1.8 Residents are requested to utilize the garbage collection services and keep their area and surroundings clean. 1.9 Any garbage that is scattered is not the responsibility of the collection crew to clean. Use of proper garbage receptacles Take note that it is mandatory as per the provisions of the Public Health Act Cap 111 that:- “ every owner or occupier of any premises shall provide sufficient number of garbage pans, each of a capacity of not more than 3 cubic feet (0.085m³/85L) of a type and shape approved by the local authority (Nadi Town Council) and provided with tight fitting lids, for the reception of dust, garbage, ashes and refuse arising from or existing upon such premises and shall:- (a) At all times keep such garbage pans close covered except when depositing dust, garbage, ashes or refuse therein. (b) Keep the garbage pans and covers thereof clean and in good repair and condition. (c) Place the garbage pans in position easily accessible to the Nadi Town Councils garbage collector…
Clean-Up Campaign 2019 - CIRCULAR ON GREEN/BULKY WASTE CLEAN-UP/FIGHT THE BITE CAMPAIGN – 2019 This is to inform the ratepayers and citizens that Council will be providing collection of white goods, E-wastes, tyres and green waste in all three (3) wards as per the schedule below. MONTH TOWN WARD MARTINTAR WARD NAMAKA WARD February – March 25th February 28th…
Dog Trapping 2018 - Stray dogs are a major issue faced by any Council and Nadi is not exempt from this issue. The amount of stray dogs found roaming our streets are appalling and shows a lack of ownership and compassion for dogs as pets. Given that dogs often present a major health and safety issue the council conducts…
Cleanup 2018 - Nadi Town Council through its service charter provides rate payers with quarterly clean-up service in which rate payers are encouraged to clean up their compounds and place all refuse onto the roadside which is then cleared by the council. This exercise has been long going and is seen as a way to help rate payers…
Wailoaloa Beach Cleanup 2018 - After coordinating with Projects Abroad and the Bula Festival Committee a clean- up of the Wailoaloa beach side was conducted. In total 31 people were involved in the clean-up which targeted all litter strewn across the beach side. In total 80 garbage bags of litter namely plastic bottles, wrappers, Styrofoam containers, plastics, cartons and other…
Bula Festival 2018 - Bula Festival will be held from 14th – 21st July which will be followed by the anticipated declaration of Nadi as a City. The declaration date is yet to be confirmed.
Circular 2018 - Click on the link below to see the Circular on Clean Up/Fight The Bite Campaign – 2018 2018 Circulars
Bula Festival 2017 - The town of Nadi comes alive with marching bands, parades and a competition to crown the annual Miss Bula during the Bula Festival. The colorful and sparkly traditional Fijian costumes are a sight to behold, as are the Pacific dancing competition and Bollywood night. The Bula Festival will be held from July 22nd to the…
Chinese Delegation Visit 2017 - The delegation from the Shenzhen City visited Nadi Town Council on Tuesday, 28/03/2017 to have some better understanding on the investment opportunities, infrastructure upgrading, agricultural processing and other developments in Nadi and Fiji as a whole