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MENAFN - Arab Times - 27/03/2014
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(MENAFN - Arab Times) A team of officials from Kuwait Municipality led by the Head of Ahmadi Municipality Emergency Team Meshal Abu- Alsafi launched inspection campaigns on butcheries and against hawkers in Fahaheel recently, during which they issued nine citations and destroyed 200 kilograms of 'Kanafah' that were unsuitable for human consumption, reports Al-Anba daily



Based on directives from the Director General of Kuwait Municipality Eng Ahmad Al- Subaih, the Municipality officials have been taking firm steps on all aspects of the food industry. During the inspection campaigns, the team issued three citations against street hawkers, two for failing to obtain hygiene certificate prior to starting business, one for starting business before the authority granted the necessary license, two for placing advertisements before obtaining permits and one for selling food items that were unsuitable for human consumption



The team also destroyed 200 kilograms of 'Kanafah' sweet sold by a street hawker because it was unfit for human consumption. Meanwhile, officials from the Public Services Department of Kuwait Municipality led by Supervisor Hamad Al-Jarrah removed ten trailerloads of garbage and used tires from Amghara Scrapyard using trucks and other such equipment, reports Al-Anba daily. The Director of Public Services Department Ahmad Al-Shureidah affirmed that they will continue to hold such campaigns as part of steady concerted efforts of the Municipality to clear the environment of filth, and ensure safety and cleanliness of different locations in Kuwait



He said the campaigns will be held in all parts of the country to maintain the civility and modernity of the Kuwaiti regions. Meanwhile, Supervisor Hamad Al- Jarrah said he supervised the cleaning of all polluted areas in the country particularly the desert areas, highways and public parks




 


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