Alan Chuen, director of Green Dot Home, at his office in Kowloon Bay. Due to space constraints, he must reject 80 per cent of requests for furniture removals. Photo: May Tse Alan Chuen, director of Green Dot Home, at his office in Kowloon Bay. Due to space constraints, he must reject 80 per cent of requests for furniture removals. Photo: May Tse
Alan Chuen, director of Green Dot Home, at his office in Kowloon Bay. Due to space constraints, he must reject 80 per cent of requests for furniture removals. Photo: May Tse

Green Dot Home carves a green profit out of unwanted furniture

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Alan Chuen, director of Green Dot Home, at his office in Kowloon Bay. Due to space constraints, he must reject 80 per cent of requests for furniture removals. Photo: May Tse Alan Chuen, director of Green Dot Home, at his office in Kowloon Bay. Due to space constraints, he must reject 80 per cent of requests for furniture removals. Photo: May Tse
Alan Chuen, director of Green Dot Home, at his office in Kowloon Bay. Due to space constraints, he must reject 80 per cent of requests for furniture removals. Photo: May Tse
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