Supercom: Not So Super as Trash Continues to Build Up

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Mar 12, 2023 @ 8:56 pm

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Cluj-Napoca residents are expressing their dissatisfaction with Supercom's trash collection services, citing a lack of efficiency and reliability from the waste management company.

According to recent reports, Supercom has been struggling to keep up with the trash collection demands in Cluj-Napoca, with many residents claiming that their garbage hasn't been picked up for several days. This has resulted in piles of waste accumulating on the streets, creating an unsanitary and unpleasant living environment.

One of the most significant issues facing Supercom is the frequent delays in trash collection. Many residents have reported that their waste has not been collected on the scheduled days, leading to overflowing trash bins and unpleasant odors. This problem has been particularly acute in densely populated areas, where the accumulation of trash can quickly become a public health hazard.

The company's lack of responsiveness to these issues has also caused frustration among local residents. Many have reported difficulty in getting in touch with the company's customer service department and receiving unsatisfactory responses to their complaints.

The City Council has taken note of the issues facing Supercom and has initiated an investigation into the company's waste management practices. Officials have expressed concern about the impact of these issues on public health and the environment and have called on Supercom to take immediate action to address the problems.

Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai din Cluj-Napoca (UBB) has announced that “Oncological Institute “Prof. Dr. Ion Chiricuţă” Cluj-Napoca in partnership with our university and the UBB Union organizes the free Pap smear test campaign for all women aged 24-29 or HPV for all women aged 30-64.”
Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai din Cluj-Napoca (UBB) has announced that “Oncological Institute “Prof. Dr. Ion Chiricuţă” Cluj-Napoca in partnership with our university and the UBB Union organizes the free Pap smear test campaign for all women aged 24-29 or HPV for all women aged 30-64.”
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