187-91 First St N P W Kingston 13 JamaicaGet directions
Chad Ad Distributors Limited supplies a wide range of brand name tyres, lubricants and batteries for all types of motor vehicles. Chad Ad Distributors Limited offers island wi
de delivery services and provide free fitting on all passenger tyres.
Chad Ad Distributors Limited is Jamaica's supplier of name brand tyres, batteries and lubricants for your technical. We offer FREE fittings on all passenger tyres. We deliver island wide. Read more......Read less
The Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) Foundation works with internal and external partners to identify, develop and provide technical and financial support to projects and programmes that focus on issues relating to rural development, health, housing, education, youth, community, crime and safety. Read more......Read less
32F Valentine Dr, Kingston 19, JamaicaGet directions
Since our inception in 2003, CONSERVE IT has installed over 13,000 energy saving solutions in over 12,000 Jamaican household’s island wide. As a result, each household has a
chieved 2,500 kW/h per year savings. This translates into an annualised figure of 30,000,000 kw/h in energy savings for the Jamaican economy
At CONSERVE IT, we specialise in the supply and installation of solar water heaters, Photovoltaic (PV) or solar energy systems, solar pool heating systems and wind turbine systems. We also undertake electrical and plumbing works. We are renowned in the marketplace for delivering energy solutions that are cost effective and environmentally friendly.
We are the preferred contractor/sub-contractor for solar water installation within Jamaica. Caribbean Estate, Caymanas Country Club, New Harbour, New Era, Richmond Estate, Emerald Estate, Stone brook Vistas, and Aviary Estate are just some of the housing developments we have been tasked with in Jamaica.
CONSERVE IT is also the preferred installer of solar energy systems. In November 2011, we completed the Grid Tie Eco Village at Sandals Montego Bay.
Further, in June 2012, we installed the largest residential hybrid wind turbine system in the Caribbean in Parotte, St. Elizabeth.
The Chief Technical Officer and Team Leader for CONSERVE IT, is Milton Miller, who has an enviable wealth of experience in the solar energy sector. He is assisted by a qualified team of engineers, technicians, electricians, sales executives, and office personnel. In total, we have over thirty full time persons on staff
Also, in October 2012, we completed a 15kwp solar system at the law offices of Bailey Terrelonge Allen at 28 Herb Mc Kenley Drive, Kingston 6. In addition, in November 2012, we completed an 113kwp solar system in the Courts Jamaica Limited - 24 Constant Spring Road, St. Andrew.
The benefits of going Solar are numerous. For example, it's 100% Silent, there is renewable power, po wer is harnessed from a free source - the Sun, and this allows you to capture as much energy your panels will allow and even sell excess energy back to the grid. You could end up with a negative energy bill.
Geddes Refirgeration Ltd
226 Spanish Town Rd (11)
2 Windsor Ave (5)
Isratech Energy Solutions
Kingston: Unit 25 The Trade Centre
30-32 red Hills Rd (10)
Head Office: Lot 2 Kendal, Shooters Hill
603-3564/603-38946-7 Read more......Read less
The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i
naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.
The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:
Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)
Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)
The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.
Our Multiple Lociations:
Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
BrTn Court St
Lnsd 74 King St
Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
MrBy 2 Georges St
MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
PIAn 22 West St
PIMa 6 Stennett St
Ptmr Shop 25A
StCz Beadles Plaza
Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977 Read more......Read less