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KS Wong chairs climate meeting

Secretary for the Environment Wong Kam-sing has co-chaired the third meeting of the Hong Kong-Guangdong Joint Liaison Group on Combating Climate Change in Guangzhou.

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Faster electric car chargers ready

A total of 100 new medium chargers for electric vehicles will be available for public use starting from August 1, the Environmental Protection Department announces.

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Climate change meeting to be held

Secretary for the Environment KS Wong will co-chair the third meeting of the Hong Kong/Guangdong Joint Liaison Group on Combating Climate Change in Guangzhou on July 30.

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17 beaches rated ‘good’

The Environmental Protection Department has graded water quality 'good' at 17 beaches. Nineteen have been rated 'fair' and three have been rated 'poor'.

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Green organisations commended

About 150 recipients of green labels and certificates under the Awards for Environmental Excellence have been honoured.

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Pollution advisory issued

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

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19 pollution convictions recorded

The Environmental Protection Department recorded 19 convictions for pollution offences in June.

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Glass recycling reaches milestone

The number of glass-bottle collection points at housing estates has reached 600, the Environmental Protection Department announces.

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15 beaches rated 'good'

The Environmental Protection Department has rated water quality at 15 beaches ‘good’ for this weekend, with 18 ‘fair’ and six ‘poor’.

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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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