The 'Mauritius Post' operates through over 80 outlets. In the main towns, there is widespread use of private post office boxes to which delivery is continuous during office hours. The Mauritius Post also operates the Express Mail Service. Air dispatches to most Western European, North American and Far Eastern countries are made daily while courier services, such as DHL, TNT, FedEx, UPS etc., operate frequent parcel delivery services to most parts of the world.
The Wastewater Management Authority is responsible for the collection treatment and disposal of wastewater throughout Mauritius and Rodrigues. The organization focuses on its vision to equip Mauritius and Rodrigues with the state-of-the-art sewerage system so as to preserve public health and to ensure a sustainable and clean environment.
The transportation of both passengers and goods depends on the island's well developed road network. A motorway links the north of the island - via Port Louis the Capital City - to the south and the international airport. There are frequent bus services throughout the island, though they stop operating in the early evening. Taxis are readily available during the day. Visitors wishing to rent a car can do so through local companies like Mauritius Car Rental and internationally known companies such as Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Budget etc.