Etiqueta 'Rubbish collection'


Keeping Palma clean

While Palma does need to major clean up, if the residents are not going to play their part, the council is facing a losing battle.

Humphrey Carter01/11/2022 09:31

Abandoned rubbish is unfortunately commonplace


Almost one thousand fines for fly-tipping

Companies and individuals were also penalised for leaving junk beside the containers in a bid to avoid paying recycling costs.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter08/01/2020 04:01

Rubbish in Manacor


Manacor cracking down on the dumping of junk

The municipality of Manacor has a serious problem with the accumulation of bulky items of rubbish being left in the streets.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter20/11/2019 11:10

Mayor Noguera has apologised for all the rubbish.


Mayor apologises for Palma lack of cleanliness

Cleanliness is a more complex issue in summer because of the increased population in Palma.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter18/08/2017 00:00

Rubbish being allowed to accumulate in Palma.


Unions blame Emaya management for Palma uncleanliness

Emaya, Palma's municipal services agency, is said to have insufficient resources. Rubbish is being allowed to accumulate.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter15/08/2017 00:00

The public are asked to take rubbish home with them. Instead, it is just dumped.


Sa Calobra rubbish not being collected

Escorca town hall openly admits that it is putting pressure on the government over responsibility for rubbish.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter01/08/2017 00:00

Emaya workers are collecting junk during nighttime shifts.


Junk collection row in Palma intensifies

"There is an obvious failure in the system of collecting junk from the streets, with cleaning in neighbourhoods, and with general rubbish collection, given the containers that are full up in all parts of the city."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter25/07/2016 00:00

The strike affects resorts such as Porto Cristo as well as the town of Manacor.

Industrial relations

Anger greets Manacor cleaning and rubbish strike

The industrial action by street cleaners and rubbish collectors immediately provoked angry complaints from residents and businesses.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter15/07/2016 00:00