SANA'A, May. 28 (Saba) - During the past five days, the Sanitation Project in Sana'a has raised more than 300 tons of accumulated dust on Sixty Street, in a field campaign.
The director of the hygiene project, Ibrahim Al-Sarabi, explained to Yemeni News Agency (Saba) that the campaign, in which 4 buckets, a sweeper and 7 dump trucks participated, was able to lift and transport 120 zaps of dust from Sixty Street, starting from the Jumnah round to traffic tour, as part of the project’s plan to target vital streets in the center of the capital. Removal of debris and dust accumulated in it.
He pointed out that the campaign aimed to clean the tunnels, median islands, and water drainage channels along Sixty Street, stressing the continuation of efforts to raise the level of cleanliness.
Al-Sarabi pointed out that Sana'a is witnessing a shift in cleaning work and the removal of waste and accumulated dust from streets, markets and neighborhoods, within the framework of implementing the directives of the leaderships of the Supreme Political Council and the Secretariat to maintain cleanliness.
resource : Saba
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