Piles of waste paper sit at collection point on Wing Shun Street in Tsuen Wan. Photo: Sam Tsang Piles of waste paper sit at collection point on Wing Shun Street in Tsuen Wan. Photo: Sam Tsang
Piles of waste paper sit at collection point on Wing Shun Street in Tsuen Wan. Photo: Sam Tsang

Most Hongkongers would pay to have their rubbish taken away, but trust in city’s recycling needs rebuilding, survey finds

  • Two-thirds of those polled also said paying 11 HK cents per litre of rubbish was an acceptable price
  • The scheme would see most of the city’s waste disposed of in government-mandated plastic bags, with a fee of HK$1.1 for every 10-litre bag

Topic |   Recycling and waste reduction
Piles of waste paper sit at collection point on Wing Shun Street in Tsuen Wan. Photo: Sam Tsang Piles of waste paper sit at collection point on Wing Shun Street in Tsuen Wan. Photo: Sam Tsang
Piles of waste paper sit at collection point on Wing Shun Street in Tsuen Wan. Photo: Sam Tsang
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