An area just above Chatham Bay on Union Island used as a dumping site for construction and solid waste will take on a new look soon.
The Wind And Sea Company led by Jean-Marc Sailly, is currently cleaning the area.
It will be converted into a green space by the Union Island Tourist Board in collaboration with the Grenadines Affairs Directorate.
Director of Grenadines Affairs, Edwin Snagg stated in a brief comment that he welcomes the rest stop development for both residents and tourist.
A no dumping sign will be erected in the area to deter persons and inform them of the penalty.
Sailors employed with the Wind and Sea Company is leading the cleanup efforts.