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Public urged to aid rubbish management

Tuesday 28 February 2017 | Published in Environment

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Public urged to aid rubbish management
Pictured from left are WATSAN director Jaime Short; waste Facility manager Takave Manea; General Transport business development manager Jessie Sword, General Transport recycling supervisor Clifton Hosking and T&M Heather refuse collection supervisor Tony Kimiora. 17022310

Now that there is a recycling option for tin food cans, Rarotonga Waste Facility staff have the unenviable task of pulling out cans from piles of unsorted general rubbish.

Now that there is a recycling option for tin food cans, Rarotonga Waste Facility staff have the unenviable task of pulling out cans from piles of unsorted general rubbish.


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