Food for pets

2015-10-29 06:00

The SAPS Academy Bishop Lavis is inviting all interested animal farmers to collect wastage food for their animals.

Bishop Lavis Academy secretary Glenda Nel said they have about 25Kg vegetables peels and left over food on a weekly basis.

She said according to Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 the “left overs” can cause a health risk at the mess environment seeing that is standing outside.

“We are now extending an invitation interested animal farmers in the nearby areas who are willing to collect the wastage food on the daily basis on an agreed fee,” she said.

If you are animal farmer and interested , you can contact Captain Nel or Ms Nyamela: 021-935 5574/66/73 between Monday to Friday during office hours 07:30 until 16:00.

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