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Old whiteware on the way out

Friday 7 August 2015 | Published in Environment

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Old whiteware on the way out
Whiteware waste dealt with: NES Director, Mr Vaitoti Tupa and Recycling Cook Islands and General Transport Cook Islands director Malcolm Sword show off the Memorandum of Understanding.

The National Environment Service (NES) and Recycling Cook Islands with the support of the Government of the Cook Islands, have signed a Memorandum of Agreement for the collection and the disposal of disused whiteware from homes on Rarotonga.

The National Environment Service (NES) and Recycling Cook Islands with the support of the Government of the Cook Islands, have signed a Memorandum of Agreement for the collection and the disposal of disused whiteware from homes on Rarotonga.


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