This morning, August 5, local streets such as Nguyen Van Cu, Tran Hung Dao, Road 25/4 and areas under Bai Chay Bridge. Rubbish is also piled at a local junction, affecting traffic.
A big litter pile in Ha Long
A road section under Bai Chay Bridge is fully covered by rubbish
People who go through the place often have to hold your nose
According to local residents, environmental workers did not come to collect litter for the past few days, so they had to leave litter on the streets. It is easy to notice the bad smell caused by the rubbish. Many families have to close their doors to avoid the odour. Le Thanh Nam, 34, from Ramada apartment building near Bai Bridge, said that despite closing the doors, he can still smell the bad odour from the litter. Since July 12, INDEVCO Group Joint Stock Company has stopped lending its infrastructure facilities to Quang Ninh Urban Environment Investment and Development JS Company (Judenco) for holding temporary litter while Judenco is still building its waste treatment area. However, until now, Judenco has not yet finished the work. Quang Ninh authorities have urged Ha Long City to quickly deal with the problem.
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