Sunday's earthquake measured 5.5 on the Richter scale and damaged as many as 7000 buildings throughout the capital Zagreb.
In view of the damage caused by Sunday’s earthquake, the Zagreb Holding Company, which handles garbage removal and cleaning services in the capital, has announced that it will be placing additional waste bins throughout the city so that citizens whose homes were damaged during the quake can dispose of bulk waste.
The Holding Company is requesting that citizens whose places of residence were damaged in the earthquake directly schedule the removal of bulk waste (building material and furniture destroyed during the quake) with the Holding Company directly at 01-6187-046 or 01-6146-477 from 7am to 8pm or by email at email@example.com.
They are also calling on all Zagreb citizens for understanding and patience, noting that given the situation and the increased volume of work, the immediate priority will be given to citizens most severely affected by the earthquake.
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