The Guam Environmental Protection Agency (Guam EPA) will be formally re-establishing a partnership with the Mayors Council of Guam to assist with cleanup efforts across the island.
The media is invited to the signing of papers to re-establish the programs at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 4, in the Small Conference Room at Adelup. The partnership is funded through the Recycling Revolving Fund.
“Working with every village to see this money utilized for the benefit of residents is one of our main goals for 2013,” said Guam EPA Administrator Eric M. Palacios. “Our mayors work hard every day to improve the lives of every resident. This funding will assist their efforts and promote the goals of Guam EPA at the same time.”
Money from the Recycling Revolving Fund is used to fund cleanup efforts including the collection of abandon vehicles and other metal from areas across the island.
For more information about the partnership please contact Tammy jo Anderson Taft at 988-7582, 300-4751/52/53; or e-mail .