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Waste reduction

Food Wise expo starts

Secretary for the Environment KS Wong has opened the Food Wise Hong Kong Campaign roving exhibition, calling on all sectors in Hong Kong to collaborate in food waste reduction.

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39 pollution convictions recorded

The Environmental Protection Department recorded 39 pollution-related convictions in August.

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Coral crusaders overcome challenges

A group of divers with disabilities is helping the government to conduct the annual check on the health of Hong Kong’s coral reefs, while finding personal fulfilment along the way.

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23 beaches rated 'good'

The Environmental Protection Department  has rated water quality at 23 beaches as 'good', 15 as 'fair', and one as 'poor'.

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Observatory shares moon, weather-watching tips

The Hong Kong Observatory delves into astronomy to deliver moon-watching tips for the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival, and shares the science behind its observations in popular classes.

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Observe fire safety on festive days

The Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department reminds people to observe fire safety and keep the countryside clean during the Mid-Autumn Festival.

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24 beaches rated 'good'

The Environmental Protection Department has rated water quality at 24 beaches 'good' for this weekend, with 14 ‘fair’ and one ‘poor’.

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Incinerator proposal to press on

Secretary for the Environment KS Wong says the Government plans to ask the Legislative Council for funding to construct a waste incinerator on Shek Kwu Chau after its summer recess.

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Emission spot checks set

The Environmental Protection Department will use roadside remote sensing equipment to spot vehicles with excessive emissions, starting from September 1.

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