Part of the tree waste stored in the temporary wood waste collection area in Kai Tak after Typhoon Mangkhut. Photo: Roy Issa

7,000 tonnes of trees felled by Typhoon Mangkhut have ended up in Hong Kong landfill, government admits

  • 5,500 truckloads of tree waste have been delivered to Kai Tak collection area, government says
  • Site will be closed at ‘suitable juncture’, according to Environmental Protection Department
Topic |   Typhoon Mangkhut

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Part of the tree waste stored in the temporary wood waste collection area in Kai Tak after Typhoon Mangkhut. Photo: Roy Issa
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