CAYMAN NEWS RUNDOWN. Fire Service and Department of Environmental Health crews are working to excavate and damp down the site of what they called a small fire at the George Town landfill Wednesday morning. No, thanks. May 20, ... A small fire at the George Town dump was quickly brought under control this morning by the Cayman Islands Fire Service and the Department of Environmental Health. Fire started on Wednesday but looks to be under control now. Landfill Fire Update at 7pm on Monday, 9 March CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – Landfill Fire Update at 7pm on Monday, 9 March 2020. FROM AROUND THE WEB. Shifting winds are a concern. Landfill Fire Update at 7pm on Monday, 9 March CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – Landfill Fire Update at 7pm on Monday, 9 March 2020. The Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) and Department of Environmental Health (DEH) and Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) remain on site at the George Town Landfill. I live on Seven Mile and have not noticed the smell here so that may be exaggerated by the paper. The Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) and Department of Environmental Health (DEH) and Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) remain on site at the George Town Landfill. Prayers for everyone impacted by this. There is still smoke but not like on Wednesday and it is not black smoke like the one before Christmas. Premier, Alden McLaughlin, the writing is definitely out on your wall, even if the dump fire … UPDATE: All off duty fire personnel to report to the GT Landfill, evacuations ordered Sources indicate the fire is going to hit the road. iNews Cayman will keep you updated. ALL YOUR NEWS IN ONE PLACE. Sad fixing the dump hasn’t been a priority for the past 12 years!! ... Small dump fire under control - Cayman Islands Headline News - Cayman News Service. The fire is located in the heart of the landfill itself rather than in any of the other areas. This fire is unrelenting. On Tripadvisor's Grand Cayman travel forum, travellers are asking questions and offering advice on topics like "What is the situation with the Dump fire. ". Visit Loop Cayman for trusted breaking news and video, and top stories across Cayman, The Caribbean and World news including local, entertainment, sports, finance and more. The fire from a smoulder turned into a blaze that the fire fighters have said they have under control. He has spent nine million dollars on it to date and those monies would most definitely been better used on a permanent solution to the dump.We have seen now all that money go up in smoke and not from the fires at the dump. The post UPDATE: Smoke rising again from dump appeared first on Cayman Compass. 28 mph winds … Residents from Fidel’s/Whitehall are being evacuated. Share your vote!