No one really looks at the dump problem with any proper vision.
All they seem to see is where one in Cayman it can be placed or not placed. Well, if we really look at where the dump begins, then to where it should end, then you would have no problem.
It’s simple; you shipped it into Cayman, well ship it back out when it is no longer needed on Cayman after all.
The people we buy the dump from, they recycle and have all the necessary tools to sell it back to us after they recycle it.
Let us get some container ships and tugs and barges to get the job done with Caymanians operating it.
Jobs will be a big plus in this, plus we would once again be known as the cleanest island in the world. It would be a win, win for all that live in the Cayman Islands and to keep these Islands clean and have no type of dump is where we need to be.
Now anything that can be mulched, we need to keep that here with us on Cayman to help all of us that want to grow things so they can get that for free or at a very, very low cost.
We need to look at making such ideas as this happens for our beloved Cayman and all its people.
And we must also take another look at the septic tank effects on Cayman.
The people of Cayman need to protect our native home now, more than any other time in history, so let’s ask for help from our Mother Country England and her big daughters to the north for some help in this. I know Mr. Obama of America would be more than happy to help us. After all, they help send most of the stuff that makes up our dump.
They have the best recycling programmes and they have the boats, barges, tugs and tools we need.
Canada, the other daughter, she will assist with whatever else we may need. Look at all the rewards all the people get. We solve our dump problem, we create jobs, we have a shipping system we never had before, the recycling is good, we earn money and we use it to keep the programme going.
All the money goes back to the Americans and Canadians and the rest of the world comes to Cayman, brings back some money and enjoys a clean Cayman.
One of the keys to all of this is people in positions with good minds of how to get it done, with the money under the control of the people; it must be looked at and approved by the people of this Island.
We do not need anything that stinks on our Island, blowing on anyone, anywhere, regardless of who they may be or wherever they live on this Island.
So let us get rid of the dump.
Oh yes, I am in favour of moving the dump and as I stated before, let us move the dump off Cayman.
Recycle all that we can here too, but send all major unwanted stuff off Cayman.
Let’s get our act right. Cayman is our home and is one of the special pearls in the world.
Let us take better care of it.
To the police, please enforce the littering laws for people tossing stuff from their cars onto our streets.
This nasty act of tossing from the care is hurting Cayman.
Emile S. Levy