Robert Lockyer picks up medical waste on Lamma, an island half an hour by ferry from Hong Kong Island where around 6,000 people live. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Drugs and medical waste still wash up on Hong Kong beaches – posing toxic danger

As well as the plastic waste on Hong Kong’s shoreline, clinical waste is washing up on beaches on Lamma and Lantau islands, thought to be brought in on the tide from the south of Hong Kong Island

Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues

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Robert Lockyer picks up medical waste on Lamma, an island half an hour by ferry from Hong Kong Island where around 6,000 people live. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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