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Lagos Government Reopens Mile 12 Market After Environmental Assessment

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Lagos Government Reopens Mile 12 Market After Environmental Assessment

After conducting a thorough assessment of environmental compliance, waste management practices, and general cleanliness, the Lagos government has decided to reopen the Mile 12 market.

The government is committed to upholding environmental regulations and safety measures in all markets and will not compromise on issues that affect public health and safety.

The temporary closure of the market allowed for necessary corrective actions to be implemented, including the placement of waste bins, proper waste collection and disposal, employment of waste policing, and payment for waste services.

The managing director of the Lagos Waste Management Authority emphasized the importance of traders complying with environmental laws to create a cleaner and healthier trading environment for everyone involved.

This article was updated 1 month ago

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