Guam Solid Waste Authority Employees Work Together to Expedite Typhoon Dolphin Cleanup
The GSWA opened its Residential Transfers Stations on Sunday, May 17 so residents could clean up their homes after Typhoon Dolphin. GSWA also opened up the Haulers’ Only Transfer Station for part of the day on Saturday, May 16, and Sunday, May 17, so that commercial trash could be collected. The Layon Landfill was also opened early and kept open late on Monday, May 18, during which time it received 685.72 tons of trash in 36 loads.
Federal Receiver Warns of Potential Internet Scam Related to the Guam Solid Waste Authority
The Guam Solid Waste Authority (GSWA) has been the target of fraudulent attempts to transfer GSWA funds. Through strict adherence to Court-approved procedures, GSWA will not lose any funds as a result of these illegal activities. All GSWA customers, vendors, and business partners are urged to be extremely cautious with any electronic communications requesting financial transfers or personal account information of any kind.
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