Following the previous fallout between PSP operators and the Lagos state government over the reshuffling of residential waste collection responsibilities under the Cleaner Lagos Initiative, a progressive consensus has now been reached between both parties.

This new development contains an agreement which will see the PSP operators, now referred to as Waste Collection Operators under the scheme, return to their former role as residential waste collectors, while new entrant, Visionscape Sanitation oversees vital waste management infrastructural reforms in the state.

The agreement was announced today, and  is expected to put an end to service gaps, and prompt the WCOs to return to regular waste collection operations in the state.

In the meantime, Visionscape Sanitation Solutions will continue its work to upgrade waste management technology and infrastructure under the Cleaner Lagos Initiative.

The Cleaner Lagos Initiative remains committed to working with all parties to achieve and maintain a clean environment for all.



  1. Abisola-Reply
    April 17, 2018 at 1:43 pm

    Please, following this resolution, do we still resume paying the PSP (WCO) monthly like we normally do?

    What’s the stateof the PUL?

    Are we expecting to receive a PUL bill at the end of the year?

  2. Badejo Jimi-Reply
    June 12, 2018 at 2:08 pm


    Kindly provide information on the PUL bill. Is it still to be included in the Land use charge?

    Because there are places where no one have been coming to pick up the street refuse despite the resolution to reinstate the WCOs as residential waste collectors.

  3. Paul Nwoko-Reply
    August 1, 2018 at 4:19 pm

    In spite of the new agreement with the new WCO’s, no one has been collecting waste from residential areas around Meiran. Please CLI help us avert a
    looming epidemic.

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