Vendors prepare for the Lunar New Year flower market at Fa Hui Park, Prince Edward. Photo: Dickson Lee Vendors prepare for the Lunar New Year flower market at Fa Hui Park, Prince Edward. Photo: Dickson Lee
Vendors prepare for the Lunar New Year flower market at Fa Hui Park, Prince Edward. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong’s Lunar New Year flower markets generate 83 tonnes of waste, but officials say most of it can be recycled

  • Among waste was 24 tonnes of wilted or unsold flowers and 33 tonnes of bamboo sticks
  • Clean up at Victoria Park site took 129 staff and 27 refuse collection vehicles

Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues
Vendors prepare for the Lunar New Year flower market at Fa Hui Park, Prince Edward. Photo: Dickson Lee Vendors prepare for the Lunar New Year flower market at Fa Hui Park, Prince Edward. Photo: Dickson Lee
Vendors prepare for the Lunar New Year flower market at Fa Hui Park, Prince Edward. Photo: Dickson Lee
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