Philippe Li Kei-lap (left), business development manager of HK Recycles, and Patricia Dwyer, the founder of The Purpose Business, show their reusable drink containers at a discussion on creating a sustainable living environment in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee Philippe Li Kei-lap (left), business development manager of HK Recycles, and Patricia Dwyer, the founder of The Purpose Business, show their reusable drink containers at a discussion on creating a sustainable living environment in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
Philippe Li Kei-lap (left), business development manager of HK Recycles, and Patricia Dwyer, the founder of The Purpose Business, show their reusable drink containers at a discussion on creating a sustainable living environment in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee

Toxic plastic particles in ocean should be a wake-up call for Hongkongers to recycle and reduce use of disposables

Government, businesses and consumers need to act now to reduce plastic pollution, say panellists at a discussion on sustainable living held after screening of documentary, A Plastic Ocean

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Philippe Li Kei-lap (left), business development manager of HK Recycles, and Patricia Dwyer, the founder of The Purpose Business, show their reusable drink containers at a discussion on creating a sustainable living environment in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee Philippe Li Kei-lap (left), business development manager of HK Recycles, and Patricia Dwyer, the founder of The Purpose Business, show their reusable drink containers at a discussion on creating a sustainable living environment in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
Philippe Li Kei-lap (left), business development manager of HK Recycles, and Patricia Dwyer, the founder of The Purpose Business, show their reusable drink containers at a discussion on creating a sustainable living environment in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
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