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$200K water pollution fine issued

The contractor responsible for the discharge from the leachate treatment plant at Pillar Point Valley Restored Landfill has been fined $200,000 by Fanling Magistracy.

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Recycling site leased

The Government has leased a short-term tenancy site of 5,000 sq m in Tai Po to a local company for recycling waste plastics to support the development of the recycling industry.

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23 beaches rated 'good'

The Environmental Protection Department has rated water quality at 23 beaches 'good', 14 'fair' and one 'poor'.

 

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Smoky shrine fined

A Taoist shrine in Hung Hom has been fined $10,000 by Kwun Tong Magistracy for smoke emission.

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Energy saving drive launched

Secretary for the Environment KS Wong has opened the Energy Saving for All 2017 Campaign to combat climate change.

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43 pollution convictions in April

The Environmental Protection Department records 43 convictions for pollution offences in April.

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T•PARK anniversary postcards set

The Environmental Protection Department has produced a set of four commemorative postcards to give to T•PARK visitors to mark the park’s first anniversary.

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Air pollutants drop 30%

Hong Kong saw a 30% drop in air pollutants over the past year, Secretary for the Environment KS Wong says.

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Recyclers fined for hazardous waste

Two recycling companies in North District have been fined a total of $27,000 by Fanling Magistracy for illegally producing, storing and dismantling hazardous electronic waste.

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Pollution warning issued

The Environmental Protection Department has advised people to reduce physical exertion and outdoor activities due to high pollution levels.

 

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CE commends green organisations

Chief Executive CY Leung has officiated at the 2016 Awards for Environmental Excellence at the Convention & Exhibition Centre, praising this year’s winners for their efforts to go green.

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5% tariff reduction subject to variables

The 5% tariff reduction set out in the new Scheme of Control Agreements reached between the Government and the city's two power companies is subject to various variables, Secretary for the Environment KS Wong says.

 

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Blazing a trail to conservation

The Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department has launched a trail maintenance workshop to encourage the public, especially hikers, to conserve the environment and use hiking trails in a sustainable way. Participants learn about trail management skills and proper hiking behaviour.

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