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Monday and Thursday    -        Nyonyane Road
-        Mukela Township, kaMchosa,Mdoni Township
-        Codec
-        D36 tea road and junctions
-        Bethel courts
-        Zeemans Garage
-        Woodlands
-        Along MR103 road
-        Swaziland Water Services Corporation
Tuesdays to Fridays

-        Goje Township
-        Mountain view
-        Mdzimba township
-        Ekuthuleni township
-        Medifarm
-        Farm 51, Emlalatini, Elangeni Properties
-        Spintex
-        Mantenga township
-        Mantenga lodge, Cultural Village

Wednesday    -        Emergencies
-        Medical waste
-        Recycling

Kindly ensure that on the days of waste collection in your area you take out your litter no later than 7:00amshould you take it out after 7:00 am and the truck has passed your area, your waste may not be collected.


Improper management of discarded needles and other sharps can pose a health risk to the public and waste workers. For example, discarded needles may expose waste workers to potential needle stick injuries and potential infection when containers break open inside garbage trucks or needles are mistakenly sent to recycling facilities. Janitors and housekeepers also risk injury if loose sharps poke through plastic garbage bags. Used needles can transmit serious diseases, such as HIV and hepatitis.

On that regard the Public Health Department of Ezulwini would like to introduce the following measures to deal with this hazard.
All needles, syringes, vials, must be stored in rigid sealed, plastic containers marked SHARPS IN RED or the container must be red marked sharps.
Proper sharps containers:


Residents may dispose of this waste at the drop-off point provided in the Ezulwini Town Board Offices. Sharps containers may be purchased from EZTB offices. For more information please contact Ezulwini Town Board.






Health inspections are a crucial element in keeping restaurants/Food Outlet safe to eat in. And, most of the time, your business will be severely fined and given a deadline to make changes if it does not pass inspection. If those changes aren’t made, the restaurant could, and should, be closed.
If you are a restaurant owner, or are looking into joining a restaurant chain franchise, there are a number of things you need to be aware of in order to make sure that your restaurant will not only pass a health inspection, but will be safe for your customers.
Of the outmost importance is that your restaurant function every day is open (and even when it’s not) in a manner where it would pass a health inspection at any given moment. Because that is how health inspections work. A health inspector will drop by your restaurant, out of the blue, without warning, at any time of the day or night that your doors are open.
The reason restaurants don’t pass health inspections is due to pure laziness. If owners and managers were making sure everyone was performing tasks in a safe and appropriate manner on a continuous basis, there wouldn’t be a problem. Unfortunately, that rarely occurs. So you should make your business an exception to the status quo.
Here are some additional tips to ensure your restaurant will pass inspections:
• Obtain a copy of a health inspector’s checklist from you’re the public health department and conduct weekly health inspections of your own business based upon that list.

• Consider requiring all new employees to take a food safety course. At the very least, you should require all managers to take it. Course graduates are typically issued a food safety card that has an expiration date and require the course be retaken in order to renew the card.

• Hand washing is the most important part of keeping the food you serve safe from bacteria and causing food borne illnesses. Be sure that every employee is aware of this important aspect of your business, and consider implementing serious consequences in your employee policy for those who do not wash their hands frequently (after breaks, after eating, after using the restroom, after touching anything that is not food, etc). Post reminder signs in every bathroom and all kitchen sinks.

• Be aware (and all employees should be aware) of food temperature guidelines and cross contamination issues. Temperature guidelines require checking the temperature of foods frequently, including when they arrive, when they are stored, when they are cooked/served. These guidelines can be obtained from the Public health & Environment department and through a food safety course.

Contact the Public Health and Environment Department of the Ezulwini Town Board for more information.
Waste water vacuum tanker available for the needs of all Ezulwini Residents.