Permanent Secretary for the Environment Maisie Cheng (left), Secretary for the Environment Mr Wong Kam-sing (centre), Department Director of Environmental Protection (Special Projects) Bruno Luk, at the launch of the˜Waste Blueprint for Hong Kong 2035. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Permanent Secretary for the Environment Maisie Cheng (left), Secretary for the Environment Mr Wong Kam-sing (centre), Department Director of Environmental Protection (Special Projects) Bruno Luk, at the launch of the˜Waste Blueprint for Hong Kong 2035. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong’s environment minister vows city will no longer need landfills by 2035, but green groups say little hope of meeting target

  • Secretary for the Environment Wong Kam-sing sets out goals in updated waste management blueprint
  • Green groups question target and question plans to build second incinerator when first one is not finished

Permanent Secretary for the Environment Maisie Cheng (left), Secretary for the Environment Mr Wong Kam-sing (centre), Department Director of Environmental Protection (Special Projects) Bruno Luk, at the launch of the˜Waste Blueprint for Hong Kong 2035. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Permanent Secretary for the Environment Maisie Cheng (left), Secretary for the Environment Mr Wong Kam-sing (centre), Department Director of Environmental Protection (Special Projects) Bruno Luk, at the launch of the˜Waste Blueprint for Hong Kong 2035. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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