Hong Kong throws away 43,000 tonnes of drink cartons each year. Unfortunately, none are recycled. We therefore started Hong Kong’s first large scale drink carton recycling campaign, and advocate the implementation of Producer Responsibility Scheme.
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The Clean Recycling campaign is being carried in 50 Hong Kong private housing estates. It includes promotional activities, property manager trainings, optimisation of estate recycling management and so on. The aims are to enhance the recyclable qualities and reveal the importance of clean recycling to the public, especially during a time when Mainland China is imposing restrictions on recyclable importation.
Promoting "Take your litter home". Restore the cleanliness of the countryside with a cleaning basket by picking up rubbish along the way while walking through country trails.
Coastal areas that are strewn with garbage, are both visually unpleasant and also affect marine life. We gather primary school students to regularly clean the coastlines and protect the natural environment through action. This allows them to learn about the coastal habitat with emphasis on both education and practice.
Secondary and primary schools in Hong Kong produce more than 100 tonnes of food waste per day. We hope to achieve zero food waste in schools, through reduction at the source and recycling, by turning food waste into organic fertilizers, which are used for campus greening
"Even one plastic bag is too many", over 40 cities around the world, join together to say "No" to plastic bags.
"Clean Up the World" is an international clean-up activity organised by the United Nations in which over 130 cities around the world have participated. We have been the official organiser in Hong Kong since 1993.