Post Irma & Maria Efforts
Wondering how you can get involved?
Be sure to sign our Ban the Burn Petition
for saving our USVI natural debris resources!
See our alternative option for a Debris Management Plan
by selecting the highlighted link.
The St. John Westin Resort & Villas are also motivated to do the right thing during their debris management!
Pictured above the Westin practices source separation and wood chipping for the preserving of St. John’s green and brown waste.
This is what we want to see territory wide…by signing our #bantheburn petition you are helping promote the right process for environmentally safe, efficient, and effective removal of debris.
*Any individual or business in the USVI can accept our territory’s composted mulch in less than a year.*
If interested in the Composting Pledge for accepting wood-chipping, fill out the attached document within the link and forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the picture above you’ll see unsafe debris management in Coral Bay coordinated by FEMA and the Army Corp of Engineers.
Find more information about what Island Green Living has been up to post hurricanes, read our Island Green President, Harith Wickrema’s