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Friday, 12 January 2018 11:56

Cameras To Catch Litter Bugs In Tobago

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The next time you think about dumping rubbish in Tobago, you may want to look over your shoulder.

THA Secretary in the Division of Infrastructure, Quarries and Environment, Kwesi Des Vignes, says cameras have now become a last option to keep citizens in check and force people to respect the environment.

He says it's clear that the time has come to “Chase Charlie Away” once again and the environment police will be working very hard to deal with law breakers.

Secretary Des Vignes told the Weekly Post THA Council Briefing that Tobagonians need to stop making dumping a joke.

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