Philip Chan (left) of Canon Hong Kong, William Yu and Clement Lo of BCT Group point to Paper Saving Day, which will be held on July 15. Photo: David Wong Philip Chan (left) of Canon Hong Kong, William Yu and Clement Lo of BCT Group point to Paper Saving Day, which will be held on July 15. Photo: David Wong
Philip Chan (left) of Canon Hong Kong, William Yu and Clement Lo of BCT Group point to Paper Saving Day, which will be held on July 15. Photo: David Wong
Environment

Hong Kong diners go through at least 65 million tissues each day – and it makes little difference if they are eating out or at home, survey finds

  • Hong Kong residents lack awareness on sustainability, with two-thirds of survey respondents mistakenly thinking paper towels can be recycled
  • World Green Organisation says findings of its survey just tip of the iceberg on usage

Topic |   Environment
Philip Chan (left) of Canon Hong Kong, William Yu and Clement Lo of BCT Group point to Paper Saving Day, which will be held on July 15. Photo: David Wong Philip Chan (left) of Canon Hong Kong, William Yu and Clement Lo of BCT Group point to Paper Saving Day, which will be held on July 15. Photo: David Wong
Philip Chan (left) of Canon Hong Kong, William Yu and Clement Lo of BCT Group point to Paper Saving Day, which will be held on July 15. Photo: David Wong
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