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Gualtieri, 150 vehicles and 655 operators will arrive to clean Rome

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(ANSA) – ROME, JUN 30 – “Eight new sweepers and the first 53 new hires who enter service to enhance the cleaning and washing of the streets of Ama. New vehicles, more personnel and a new organization of teams to continue the phase of change that we have started and finally achieve a full and adequate cleaning of the city “. Thus the mayor of Rome Roberto Gualtieri. When we took office we found almost half of the Ama fleet stopped – explains Gualtieri – In just six months we have increased the availability of vehicles by 16%, bringing it to 68%. We put 300 sharks into service and closed a tender for the purchase of 150 heavy vehicles. Today, with these 88 new sweepers, we are replacing old vehicles which are now unsuitable for cleaning “. As for the staff”, these first 53 new operators will be joined by another 117 by July, and by the end of the year we plan to hire and place them. a total of 655 in service -explains Gualtieri- Over the last 4 years, more than 1,000 people have retired who have never been replaced: incredible! “.

“We are determined to significantly increase the number of operators engaged in the sweeping and washing of streets and sidewalks, who will enter service in the Ama nucleus dedicated to urban hygiene for intensive cleaning interventions in all municipalities”. Thus the mayor of Rome Roberto Gualtieri.

“With these new vehicles and with teams each made up of 15 operators, 2 sweepers, 1 street washer and 2 tank vehicles, we will be able to intervene with washing, cleaning and sweeping of the streets, organizing ourselves in an integrated way with the municipalities to carry out concomitance with weeding operations, and with the environment department for any interventions on surrounding green areas – adds Gualtieri – We start with 3 teams that will gradually increase to about 10, with recruitment at full capacity “, he concludes. (HANDLE).

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