Part of the tree waste previously stored in temporary collection area in Kai Tak after Typhoon Mangkhut is shipped to West New Territories Landfill in Tuen Mun on October 19. About 7,000 tonnes of trees were felled by Hong Kong’s strongest typhoon since records began. Photo: Roy Issa

How Typhoon Mangkhut waste could help build Hong Kong

  • If the government makes provisions for the composting of fallen leaves, they could be used to make soil conditioner
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Part of the tree waste previously stored in temporary collection area in Kai Tak after Typhoon Mangkhut is shipped to West New Territories Landfill in Tuen Mun on October 19. About 7,000 tonnes of trees were felled by Hong Kong’s strongest typhoon since records began. Photo: Roy Issa
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