Lau Wai-ping (front left) with campaigners against reclamation at Lung Kwu Tan. Photo: Nora Tam

Villagers in Lung Kwu Tan, ‘Hong Kong’s dumping ground’, fear the environmental consequences of 250-hectare reclamation plan

For almost 40 years, the northwesternmost corner of the New Territories has hosted heavy industry, incinerators and landfills, making the local environment a shadow of its former self. Now a plan has been floated to reclaim 250 hectares of nearby sea, which villagers say would be the final nail in the coffin

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Lau Wai-ping (front left) with campaigners against reclamation at Lung Kwu Tan. Photo: Nora Tam
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