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Joint effort to keep Rarotonga clean

Thursday 21 June 2018 | Published in Environment

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Joint effort to keep Rarotonga clean
The kids at Blackrock Apii Potiki made a start on painting their drums yesterday. Once painted, the drums will be used as rubbish bins around the National Auditorium and hostel area in Avarua for Te Maeva Nui celebrations.

Leading into Te Maeva Nui and the expected arrival of 2000 extra people on Rarotonga, the National Environment Service, Te Aponga Uira and local schools have banded together in a community-minded waste initiative that will make a real difference to the island environment.

Leading into Te Maeva Nui and the expected arrival of 2000 extra people on Rarotonga, the National Environment Service, Te Aponga Uira and local schools have banded together in a community-minded waste initiative that will make a real difference to the island environment.


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