“This is the country part. Americans helping Americans.” said Anthony Gusmano, another “Traveling Trashmen”
Here is a TRASH public policy issue. Baltimore has privatized all that is PUBLIC----including our PUBLIC WORKS SANITATION/TRASH/WASTE departments. These ghetto communities created from US CITIES AS FAILED STATES policies during CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA could be an economic and job creator economy if Baltimore wasn't working for FREE LABOR and not strong public sector employee wages.
This is why groups like this-----people trying to keep their jobs being told to VOLUNTEER ---work for free---doing jobs someone should be PAID TO DO.
We thank people who volunteer---we remind people we have massive unemployment in Baltimore with people needing to be PAID to do these jobs.
WEST BALTIMORE IS BEING DEVELOPED AS A GLOBAL CORPORATE CAMPUS VIA UNDERARMOUR AND ITS AFFILIATED GLOBAL FACTORY PARTNERS.
Wonder why global UNDERARMOUR is not paying people to clean up what will become an extension of their CORPORATE CAMPUS?
MOVING FORWARD IS ABOUT SLAVE LABOR SAYS CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA
This is TRASH public policy----dismantling all aspect of a highly functioning civil water and waste management.
‘Traveling Trashmen’ Come From Out Of Town To Clean Up West Baltimore
By Paul GesslerAugust 15, 2019 at 3:54 pm
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore’s trash and dumping issues have inspired more out-state-groups to help clean up.
President Trump’s criticism of living conditions and trash in parts of West Baltimore caught the attention of the traveling trashmen.
Some trash collectors from New York and Florida volunteered to clean up in the city- and scraping and scrapping was heard in West Baltimore on Thursday.
“I love to hear it. That means someone is cleaning up,” said Sherrie Gray, Baltimore resident.
They cleaned up and then cleared out the streets.
“I hear perfection. That’s what I hear,” Gray said.
“Dirty, filthy. People throw trash everywhere. It takes the city three to four months to come clean it up, you know,” said resident Earl Martin.
Residents said it takes months for the city to respond- and it took two weeks of news coverage for this volunteer group to step in.
“We’re garbage men. They have a garbage problem, so we figured who better than us to try to help with the problem,” said the “Traveling Trashmen” John Rourke.
Maggio Environmental out of New York and All-American Sanitation out of Jupiter, Florida, came in to work to clean up the area.
“if one person comes up and picks up one piece of trash, you know, it’s a help,” said resident Devin Allen.
“They shouldn’t have to come from out of town to clean our neighborhood. The residents should do it,” Gray said.
Residents did pitch in.
Deontra Holland saw what they were doing and started cleaning too.
“It’s market stuff. Trash, chip bags, everything. Anything you can imagine back here,” said Deontra Holland.
Alleyways, some feel, are long-neglected.
“The alleys? It’s pure dumping. And, honestly, it’s expensive to dump at the landfill,” Rourke said.
They said the problem is not about politics.
“This is the country part. Americans helping Americans.” said Anthony Gusmano, another “Traveling Trashmen”
“The cleaning up is a good start, but there’s a whole lot more work that definitely needs to be done,” Allen said.
The crew did more than pick up trash Thursday. They also came across two men who appeared to have overdosed and gave them the reversal drug Narcan to revive them.
As REAL LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVE Democrats have shouted these few decades------workers tied to outsourced public agencies are not PUBLIC WORKERS---they work for those global corporations attached to what was once our real, local public works department. Here we see GEORGIA raging far-right wing global banking 1% state ----this man no doubt is working for a GLOBAL WASTE MANAGEMENT CORPORATION.
'Veolia group is the global leader in optimized resource management. With over 179,000 employees* worldwide, the Group designs and provides water, waste and energy management solutions that contribute to the sustainable development of communities and industries'.
This same thing exists in BALTIMORE ---as we shared the image of WASTE department workers from NEW YORK and FLORIDA------coming to West Baltimore to clean up for a coming installment of a global corporate campus--which will kill the existing community.
THE NETWORK from which NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG hack to follow people they have HIT----with illegal surveillance and making of PORN----have these 'public sector employees' who are not PUBLIC ----but working for a global corporation----our MARYLAND MTA------is no longer PUBLIC-----it is controlled by global VEOLA TRANSPORTATION and MTA workers work for that global corporation. This is why they are GROUP SPEAK AND CHATTER -----against a political activist who is against CORPORATIONS especially GLOBAL CORPORATIONS.
WE WANT OUR REAL LOCAL PUBLIC WORKS AND EMPLOYEES BACK----THEY WORK FOR OUR US 99% WE THE PEOPLE.
Fulton County, Georgia Renews Environmental Partnership with ...informedinfrastructure.com/18925/fulton-county...
BOSTON, Dec. 9, 2015--The Fulton County Board of Commissioners has renewed its partnership with Veolia, the global leader in environmental solutions and optimized resource management, to continue operating, maintaining and managing the county’s wastewater facilities serving approximately 200,000 .
Kier Honored as Public Works Employee of the Year
On Thursday, July 11, City of Valdosta Public Works Employee Franklin Kier was honored at the APWA Georgia Chapter Annual Meeting in Jeykll Island as the Georgia American Public Works Association “Public Works Employee of the Year”.
Hmmmm----JEYKELL ISLAND IS WHERE THE US FED WAS CONCEIVED EARLY LAST CENTURY---GIVING US THE MESS WE HAVE TODAY.
According to the Georgia APWA, This award is presented to line employees (non- supervisory) with exemplary work record, longevity, and volunteerism in the field of public works.
Franklin Kier is from Valdosta and graduated from Valdosta High School. Franklin began his employment with the City of Valdosta Public Works Department in April 2016 as a Maintenance Worker I assigned to the Yard Trash Division. After successfully meeting all requirements of being in the position as a Maintenance Worker I for a minimum of two years and rated satisfactory or above in all areas on each of his annual performance evaluations he was promoted to the next level as a Maintenance Worker II the position he currently holds.
The workers sent to CLEAN WEST BALTIMORE as trash men and women-----work for the same global VEOLA ENVIRONMENT CORPORATION as exists here in Baltimore. WATER AND WASTE are both controlled by these global corporations.
Below we see in FLORIDA where one of these volunteers cleaning WEST BALTIMORE is from-----he works for a VEOLA bringing in that COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS structure that will become those CLEAN INCINERATORS---SYNTHETIC NATURAL GAS.
Below we see from where that second TRASH MAN from NEW YORK sent to West Baltimore to clean hails from------he is employed by the same global corporation VEOLA ENVIRONMENTAL.
Our US CITIES for 300 years had PUBLIC MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS with local public work ---workers.
'Wastewater and water treatment in New York | Veolia
Every year, New York City spends $1.2 billion to manage and maintain its public water and wastewater services. As part of the largest operational excellence program in the US, the city commissioned Veolia to perform a comprehensive audit of its services in order to improve performance while reducing operating costs and safeguarding local jobs'.
When we say those YELLOW SHIRTS national media present as 99% POPULIST REVOLUTIONARIES ---are FAKE ---this is why. The YELLOW SHIRTS are simply workers working for global corporations and they are fighting for ONE WORLD ONE GOVERNANCE for only the global 1%.
THEY NEED JOBS----IT IS AS EASY AS THAT.
This is why the US will be absolutely DEVASTATED with CHINESE-STYLE global factory toxic pollution and waste MOVING FORWARD.........TRASH PUBLIC POLICY TODAY.
Veolia Environmental Services Adopts Compressed Natural Gas Technology for Its Fleet in Fort Myers, Florida
Veolia CNG Truck Launch Event
- November 16, 2010
New Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) waste hauling trucks were introduced by Veolia ES Solid Waste, Inc., this week in Fort Myers, Fla. CNG is one of the cleanest and most socially responsible alternative fuels available today, with numerous environmental and economic benefits. (Photo: Business Wire)
November 16, 2010 12:46 PM Eastern Standard TimeFORT MYERS, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Veolia ES Solid Waste, Inc., the solid waste division of Veolia Environmental Services North America (VESNA), today announced the introduction of a new fleet of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) powered trucks to its Fort Myers (Lee County) service area. A ceremony attended by city and county executives was held today at the Veolia ES Solid Waste – Fort Myers location to celebrate Veolia’s new fleet and CNG fueling station.
“A CNG-powered fleet is a win-win for Veolia and for Lee County”
The new fleet of 32 CNG-powered refuse collection trucks, built by manufacturer McNeilus, began serving residential and commercial customers across Lee County in October. Veolia ES Solid Waste has also invested in a CNG fueling infrastructure system on-site in Fort Myers, which utilizes time-fill fueling technology that allows drivers to fuel their trucks during overnight hours, minimizing administrative and operational downtime. The Veolia-owned fueling station is the first privately owned CNG fueling station in southwest Florida, and was constructed by Vocational Energy, a leading general engineering contractor that specializes in CNG infrastructure construction for the waste industry.
CNG is one of the cleanest and most socially responsible alternative fuels available today, making the benefits of CNG from both an environmental and economic standpoint hard to ignore. Over 98% of CNG fuel resources are located in North America, which means there is a reduced carbon footprint associated with mining the resources and transporting the fuel to domestic locations as compared to foreign oil and offshore drilling. CNG also produces 29 percent less carbon dioxide than oil and is 90 percent cleaner than diesel in its natural state, thus reducing the trucks’ overall operating impact on the environment.
“A CNG-powered fleet is a win-win for Veolia and for Lee County,” said Jim Long, President and CEO of Veolia ES Solid Waste, Inc. “As a domestic alternative energy solution, CNG is better for the environment and more efficient to operate than traditional diesel, so our customers can feel good knowing that their waste service provider is part of the environmental solution.”
In addition to a reduction in pollution, the new trucks are approximately 15 percent (8-10 decibels) quieter than trucks powered with diesel engines. The trucks will also come equipped with automated collection arms that will increase efficiency and further reduce emissions and the number of hours they are in operation.
CNG technology is a key part of Veolia’s long-term sustainability strategy and the company intends to expand its CNG fleet into other markets in early 2011.
ABOUT VEOLIA ES SOLID WASTE, INC.
Veolia ES Solid Waste, Inc., part of Veolia Environmental Services North America Corp., is one of the largest solid waste companies in North America, providing a full range of services to commercial, industrial and residential customers in 12 states, the Bahamas, and Canada. Veolia ES Solid Waste, Inc. operates 74 collection facilities and 30 solid waste sanitary landfill facilities in North America and is headquartered in Milwaukee, WI. By working in partnership with communities, we aim to preserve valuable resources and extend landfill capacity by focusing on waste reduction, curbside collection, sorting and the processing and marketing of recyclables.
ABOUT VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES NORTH AMERICA CORP.
Based in Chicago, Veolia Environmental Services North America Corp. is the leading provider of fully integrated waste, environmental and industrial cleaning solutions to residential, municipal, commercial and industrial customers across the US, Canada and the Caribbean. The company is part of the Veolia Environnement companies in North America, with 30,000 North American employees providing sustainable environmental solutions in water management, waste services, energy management, and passenger transportation.
The Veolia Environmental Services group is the largest waste services company in the world and the only global manager of liquid, solid, non-hazardous and hazardous waste; on-site waste processing; industrial cleaning and process maintenance; and recycling, recovery and disposal for both the public and private sectors. Its parent company, Veolia Environnement (NYSE: VE and Paris Euronext: VIE), is the worldwide reference in environmental services. With more than 313,000 employees in 74 countries, Veolia Environnement recorded annual revenues of almost $50 billion in 2009. Visit the company's Web sites at www.veolia.com and VeoliaES.com.
If a non-profit is shouting NO TO INCINERATORS------or NO to WATER METERS AND HIGH WATER AND TRASH RATES -----and never mentioning the fact that these cities are tied to GLOBAL WATER AND WASTE CORPORATIONS as we see below-----here is MALAYSIA------with these same TALKING POINTS------using these same terms like ZERO WASTE----SUSTAINABILITY......you are not fighting for that issue.
THESE FAKE NON-PROFITS tied to GLOBAL NGOS----are not getting people out to fight REAL PUBLIC POLICY ISSUES---and that is----
KEEPING OUR LOCAL INFRASTRUCTURE---WATER AND WASTE LOCAL ----GET RID OF GLOBAL WASTE MANAGEMENT CORPORATIONS!
'“Many countries are now embracing zero waste and investing in long-term waste management strategies, including shutting down their incinerators,” he said. - FMT'
That really progressive MALAYSIA has the same WATER AND WASTE talking points as we have in US CITIES deemed FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONES.
Don't worry says global banking 1%----these are CLEAN SYNGAS INCINERATORS!
Sunday, July 28, 2019
Say no to incinerators, CAP tells Penang CAP says incinerating waste could lead to pollution to the air, soil and water.
(Bernama pic) GEORGE TOWN:
The Consumers’ Association of Penang (CAP) today urged the state government to continue with its policy against using incinerators to get rid of rubbish, saying pollution from incinerating waste remains a concern. CAP acting president Mohideen Abdul Kader said pollutants from incinerators would enter the air, soil and water, affecting the food supply as well. In a statement, he said incineration also produces toxic ash, and that developed countries had stopped using such technology. “Using incinerators would also mean the waste of valuable resources which could otherwise have been recovered for use, especially since these discards are highly amenable to source segregation, composting and recycling,” he added. Last week, the Penang government said it would consider having an incinerator to get rid of municipal waste as landfills in the state are nearly full. State executive councillor Jagdeep Singh Deo said while Penang was previously against using incinerators, such technology is now believed to be safe for use. Mohideen Abdul Kader The move would also be in line with the federal government’s requirement for each state to have an incinerator, he added. But Mohideen said Penang should increase its efforts to promote recycling instead of buying an incinerator. “The state recorded a recycling rate of 43% last year, achieving 33% on the island and 47% in Seberang Perai. This is a good indication of diverting waste from being disposed of, thus the state should have a higher diversion target and aspire to achieve the target faster. “This can be done through composting of organic waste that makes up at least 50% of the total waste generated,” he said. He added that incineration and other end-of-pipe waste technologies were not logical solutions to getting rid of garbage. “The world is waking up and realising the failures of incineration. Developed countries that previously relied on incineration are now shifting away from it and peddling their technology to developing countries. “Many countries are now embracing zero waste and investing in long-term waste management strategies, including shutting down their incinerators,” he said. - FMT