AAUD makes surprise inspection in Casco Antiguo

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The Urban and Domiciliary Cleaning Authority (AAUD) carried out a surprise operation for more than 500 shops in the Casco Antiguo.

In some businesses, irregularities were detected, such as evasion of the cleaning fee, delinquency and residential collection status; what violates the rule and evades the payment corresponding to the activity they develop.

So far this year the delinquency detected is $ 180,351.76 dollars which will proceed to take action and apply legal action for the recovery of monies owed, the AAUD reported through a statement.

It should be noted that the stores in Caso Antiguo generate more than eight tons of garbage per day and the frequency of collection is three times a day.

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