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Pattaya: Locals sell their houses after being driven away by trash

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13 minutes ago, AhFarangJa said:

Bone idle, lazy, ignorant, self centered. That can just about sum up the residents. 4,000 people, a lot of whom appear to just dump waste on top of waste in the vain hope that someone else will clean it up. If you can see the rubbish is not collected how difficult can it be to take your bags a bit farther to a bin you know is regularly emptied, maybe on a soi nearer the town....

How many of those 4000 are kids

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1 hour ago, Yinn said:

The Thai link says the “traditional” house owners moving away. The people live there before. Before the nice place.

But these houses built for foreigners and not locals and like this now. The new people not care. 

Terrible. 

Maybe building company will buy there land and build more new house.= more rubbish.

 

Pattaya have a the most caucasians per km in Thailand. Or not? 

Why is it the dirtiest? 

The community must work together. Up to them.

 

 

 

Yes, if they want to live like pigs, up to them, I don't live in Pattaya.

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We just got the annual bill the other day 480 baht for twice a week collection which I will gladly pay to keep our moo baan clean 

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Suppose they could just do what the Thais do and burn it.....to supossedly keep mossies away 555

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2 hours ago, ivor bigun said:

thats terrible ,our binmen come twice a week and take everything 

Ours come once a week and take everything, It costs me 30 baht a week and is well worth the price.

 

I sort out the empty glass bottle etc and IF the salvage guy comes around he buys them. If he doesn't then I put them out for the trash men and they can make a few baht on them.

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