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Who we are

The CEPEP Company Limited is an Agency of the Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government.

This company develops, implements and manages programmes that protect, enhance and beautify the environment in service areas known as environmental work areas (EWAs).

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Empowering citizens to become entrepreneurs.

Giving entrepreneurs and their employees access to mandatory training to improve their skill sets.

Providing support for environmental, cultural and educational investment and interaction across the nation.

Working in our communities, giving a helping hand to people involved in agriculture.

Business Services

Commercial and Residential Landscaping Services

Outdoor Grounds Maintenance

Irrigation

Heavy Equipment Rental


Small Construction Services

Desilting


Waste Collection


Haulage


Dead Animal Removal

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#Repost: Prime Minister Dr the Hon. Keith Rowley will host a media conference today (Saturday 19th June, 2021) at 2:30 p.m. at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann’s.

Please note that coverage will be carried live on TTT.Prime Minister Dr the Hon. Keith Rowley will host a media conference today (Saturday 19th June, 2021) at 2:30 p.m. at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann’s.

Please note that coverage will be carried live on TTT.
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#Repost: Prime Minister Dr the Hon. Keith Rowley will host a media conference today (Saturday 19th June, 2021) at 2:30 p.m. at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann’s.  Please note that coverage will be carried live on TTT.
Labour Day celebrations in Trinidad and Tobago was declared an annual national holiday in 1973. Celebrated on June 19th, it is the anniversary of the day of the Butler Oilfield Riots which took place in 1937. Prior to this time there were ongoing tensions between workers and employers in many sectors of society. These were characterized by situations of worker abuse, underpayment for labour, racism, economic depression and a considerable fall in the living standards of the working class.
Between 1934 and 1937 workers became more influenced by a need for change resulting in strikes and riots on the sugar plantations and in the oil fields and in September 1937, the Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) also became the first registered trade union in the country representing the rights of those in the petroleum industry. This social unrest then extended throughout the Caribbean and gave rise to several prominent labour leaders in Trinidad and Tobago such as Tubal Uriah “Buzz” Butler, Captain Andrew Arthur Cipriani, George Weekes, Albert Maria Gomes, Adrian Cola Rienzi, Elma Francois, and C.L.R James.
The Chairman, Board of Directors, Management and Staff extend greetings to all citizens as we celebrate Labour Day.

Source - Nalis.gov.tt

#TEAMCEPEP
#LABOURDAY2021
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Labour Day celebrations in Trinidad and Tobago was declared an annual national holiday in 1973. Celebrated on June 19th, it is the anniversary of the day of the Butler Oilfield Riots which took place in 1937. Prior to this time there were ongoing tensions between workers and employers in many sectors of society. These were characterized by situations of worker abuse, underpayment for labour, racism, economic depression and a considerable fall in the living standards of the working class.
Between 1934 and 1937 workers became more influenced by a need for change resulting in strikes and riots on the sugar plantations and in the oil fields and in September 1937, the Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) also became the first registered trade union in the country representing the rights of those in the petroleum industry. This social unrest then extended throughout the Caribbean and gave rise to several prominent labour leaders in Trinidad and Tobago such as Tubal Uriah “Buzz” Butler, Captain Andrew Arthur Cipriani, George Weekes, Albert Maria Gomes, Adrian Cola Rienzi, Elma Francois, and C.L.R James.
The Chairman, Board of Directors, Management and Staff extend greetings to all citizens as we celebrate Labour Day.  Source - Nalis.gov.tt  #TEAMCEPEP
#LABOURDAY2021

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Gdday plzx Mr Ramthahal I need to speak wit u urgently...3699051....I ws fired yesterday by my contractor for no reason I jus ask about payments....

I'm being lied on I never threaten her or curse her...

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