Selikor may not decide own routes
WILLEMSTAD – The garbage collector Selikor should not determine its own routes. This is evident as the from the performance audit presented by PricewaterhouseCoopers on the company.
The law of 2007 has established 16 routes and the company should not be deviated from it. Selikor should meanwhile, also operate all new neighborhoods. Add that to the fiasco of wrong purchased garbage trucks, and customers can now know why their garbage remains at the side of the road for days.
Selikor has been insufficiently successful in improving the working environment and its equipment in recent years. This has, among other things, led to strikes last year. Although the problems are, to a large extent, due to the role of the government as the sole shareholder, Selikor has also not been able to fix its own problems, according to the PWC report.