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We need to sort our rubbish

Wednesday 27 December 2017 | Published in Environment

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We need to sort our rubbish
WATSAN staff had the unenviable job of sifting through peoples' rubbish during the recent waste audit exercise. 17122221

The waste audit conducted by the Ministry of Infrastructure over two weeks in November has revealed disappointing results and observations that have left ministry heads frustrated with the seeming lack of progress with educating island residents about waste disposal.

The waste audit conducted by the Ministry of Infrastructure over two weeks in November has revealed disappointing results and observations that have left ministry heads frustrated with the seeming lack of progress with educating island residents about waste disposal.


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