Future Centre Trust director emphasises how dangerous dumping can poison Barbadians: Alert during FirstCaribbean Mural project launch

Son of a prominent local sculptor and a noted environmentalist remains alarmed at the level of illegal dumping, particularly in gullies across Barbados, David Spieler, Director of the Future Centre Trust believes it could eventually lead to contamination of the island’s water supply.

Mr Spieler believes Barbados' water supply could be in danger because of the alarming level of illegal dumping now seen in several gullies across the island.

Mr Spieler believes Barbados’ water supply could be in danger because of the alarming level of illegal dumping now seen in several gullies across the island.

The son of Goldie Spieler, who designed a mosaic in the form of a mural for the wall between the Michael Mansoor office and Baobab Towers in Warrens and will be carried out by the Future Centre Trust Director, reiterated his concerns at the launch of the mural, saying the situation has built to a critical stage.

Spieler raised the alarm as the Trust officially announced a partnership with CIBC First Caribbean International Bank, for the creation of a mural along the wall leading from the entrance to the bank's Mansoor HQ in Warrens to the exit from Boabab Towers.

Spieler raised the alarm as the Trust officially announced a partnership with CIBC First Caribbean International Bank, for the creation of a mural along the wall leading from the entrance to the bank’s Mansoor HQ in Warrens to the exit from Boabab Towers.

The mural, mirroring a similar project in Hastings, Ch Ch along the Boardwalk, will serve as an alert to all Barbadians about how they can prevent environmental issues such as illegal dumping and littering.

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