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Litter survey results disappointing

Saturday 26 May 2018 | Published in Environment

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Litter survey results disappointing
This pile of semi-burnt rubbish was discovered by the WATSAN team during one of their surveys of Nikao Beach. PHOTO: WATSAN. 180525248

Members of the Solid Waste Management Committee and the Water, Waste and Sanitation Unit (WATSAN) of the Ministry of Infrastructure Cook Islands have begun weekly litter surveys of a stretch of beach in Nikao.

Members of the Solid Waste Management Committee and the Water, Waste and Sanitation Unit (WATSAN) of the Ministry of Infrastructure Cook Islands have begun weekly litter surveys of a stretch of beach in Nikao.


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