PSP INTERVENTION SCHEME (UPDATED)

The Lagos state government and former PSP operators (now referred to as Waste Collection Operators (WCOs) have reached an agreement designed to facilitate the resumption of regular waste collection in the state. With over 100 WCOs on-board and more expected to join soon, this intervention will minimize the service lags that affected the transition phase of the CLI.

The document below contains the contact information and LCDAs to be serviced by respective Waste Collection Operators.

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PSP OPERATOR DIRECTORY

WCOs, organizations, and the general public should kindly direct all questions, complaints and related issues to info@cleanerlagos.org

Signed,

Cleaner Lagos Initiative.

16 Comments

  1. Mrs Olatunji-Reply
    March 24, 2018 at 1:25 am

    Major high ways are still very dirty… Lagosians now drop waste on d high way. Also major markets are also very dirty. Pls we want a cleaner Lagos. Tnk u

    • April 7, 2018 at 5:57 pm

      This initiative is good but shouldn’t be applied in all areas of Lagos. Places where heap of trash are never found before are now prone to HEAP UPON HEAPS of trash due to this innovation.

  2. Kossanah-Reply
    March 24, 2018 at 3:37 am

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    Dear webmaster,
    Is this the best formate if presenting this information. Make it more readable for smartphone

  3. Oge-Reply
    March 24, 2018 at 6:04 am

    No, Itire/Ikate LCDA incuded?

  4. Olubunmi Onagbeso-Reply
    March 24, 2018 at 10:17 am

    Please come to CMS School’s complex namely
    1)Arch Deacon Adelaja Snr High School
    2) Ajayi Crowther Mem Snr Gram Sch
    3) CMS Girls Gram School
    4) Jagumolu Snr Girls Gram School
    5) St Lukes’ Jnr High School
    6) Bariga Junior High School
    All in CMS Bus Stop along St Finbarrs’ College Road, Ilaje Bariga. Thanks

  5. Nnamdi-Reply
    March 25, 2018 at 5:11 pm

    1. Put out the fire in olusosun.
    2. Move out the olusosun refuse dump.
    3. Place those waste bins in streets, say 1 per 10 houses. In other climes, it’s one per house.
    4. Ensure the PSPs collect the wastes as scheduled and change those that are not meeting up.
    5. Set up a task Force that will arrest anyone that litters trash.
    Nice effort.

  6. Abidemi Akinpelu-Reply
    March 25, 2018 at 6:48 pm

    Please clearly list the streets that make up each cluster in Mushin,igbehin adun and its environs along power line area of ilasamaja mushin is yet to benefit from this arrangement.
    Please visit Waidi Apesin street, off vulcanizer busstop,along Akanro road. powerline area. Ilasamaja

  7. Ajibode Odunayo-Reply
    March 26, 2018 at 3:41 am

    Abule egba, Jubilee Bridge, and all its environs are very dirty and isn’t bringing out the beauty of Lagos. Besides which days will WCOs come to alakuko and its environs? And are they still permitted to charge homes for waste bill?

  8. Nunu Odusola-Reply
    March 26, 2018 at 8:32 am

    Please I can’t in any place find Ojo, Ajangbadi, ilogbo, Era in all this list o.

  9. Sade-Reply
    April 12, 2018 at 10:21 pm

    Igbe Rd @Igbogbo. Not really seen on the list but I saw JIMDEL I heard them refusing to pick some garbage s saying Schools Churches and Mosques are to pay. Is this true?

  10. Ola-Reply
    April 15, 2018 at 11:05 pm

    Addo Langbasa is completely out of the picture. How would the waste be cleared in this area?

  11. Oluwaseun-Reply
    April 16, 2018 at 3:50 pm

    What is the mode of payment?
    Quarterly or pay as they pack the bin.

  12. tobi-Reply
    May 2, 2018 at 11:21 am

    @Okekoto, Orile Agege. MAKLAD has been levying the Residents heavily with ridiculous amount anytime they come around. I think CLI needs to communicate to the Lagos Residents whether or not to pay these WCO’s for their services directly and @what rate if the Residents needs to pay! Leave the Residents at the mercy of the WCO’s is suicidal. eg MAKLAD demanding #3500 from a flat for a day service is not fair. Please, how do we relate with the WCO’s.
    Thanks.

  13. Mr Olatundun O J-Reply
    May 3, 2018 at 11:57 am

    What’s the mode of collection and payment
    Are they providing us with the bin and I want to know those in charge of ABORU iyana ipaja axis.

  14. Ayodeji Alade-Reply
    May 3, 2018 at 10:28 pm

    Sir/Ma, I wish to bring to your notice that many residents in Alaguntan and Cele Town communities are not properly served. I will appreciate if there can be an onsite assessment. Some major facts are: bad roads into the streets, and the boundary tussle between Agbado Oke-Odo and Mosan Okunola LCDA especially on refuse collection. I sincerely appeal to the state government to help resolve this issue so as to discourage residents from polluting the environment and dumping waste in the drainages/canals.

  15. Irogue Fanaike-Reply
    June 4, 2018 at 6:15 pm

    It is with pain I write this.
    We are calling Lagos mega city but I call it “DRITY CITY”.
    Dirts are on all d street which is breeding mosquitoes and giving us malaria.
    I wonder what I gain by paying my tax regularly when I am treating my entire household for malaria on a monthly basis .
    I am pleading with the government and agency in-charge to raise up to their responsibility.
    I see no reason why sorts would be left on the street for over 2 weeks.
    Please and please let us make the environment safe for everyone.

    Thank you.

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