Waste Charging Consultation 31 March 2010

Response to the Consultation Document “Sustainable Waste Management, Strengthening Waste Reduction: Is Waste Charging an Option?” Submitted to the Environmental Protection Department Living Lamma welcomes any effort to protect the environment through measures to reduce waste and encourage recycling. We have responded in our paper of 30th April 2010 to the EPD’s consultation on Waste […]

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Lamma Fly-tipping Report 30 March 2010

Response to the Administration’s Proposed Legislative Amendments to “Require any person who intends to carry out depositing activity on land held under private ownership to obtain the prior written permission of all the landowner(s) concerned that bears the authority’s seal, failing which will be liable to prosecution.” Submitted to the Legco Panel on Environmental Affairs […]

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Stop The Mess – L – Substations

3. Substations For some reason, substations are prominent on Lamma. They have been placed on the paths, often obscuring the view. There has been no attempt to design them so that they blend into the natural environment and notices now deface many of them. How could substations be modified to enhance the look of them […]

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Stop The Mess – K – Landscaping

Appendix III: Some Landscape Enhancement Concepts For Yung Shue Wan, Lamma Island Prepared By Marcus Swetnam, Living Sculpture Landscapes on behalf of Living Lamma February 2010 Appendix IV: Areas for landscaping, beautification, improved public space There are few areas that have been landscaped to good effect on Lamma and very few places for people to […]

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Stop The Mess – J – Pak Kok

Pak Kok Village REF: PK0021210 Rusty metal at Pak Kok Old Village near lamppost 47952. Responsibility: Lands Department REF: PK00200210 Plastic pipe and metal drum at Pak Kok Old Village opposite house no 28 and near LP26294. Responsibility: Lands Department REF: PK0030210 Building materials at turn off to Pak Kok Old village at LMACAB10 Responsibility: […]

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Stop The Mess – I – Hung Shing Yeh

6. Hung Shing Yeh REF: HSY0010210 Bin area at Hung Shing Yeh near the cable road. Need to redesign and think about landscaping. The dog toilets can be removed. Dogs do not use them. Perhaps more dog bins should be provided instead, but what happens to this waste? Responsibility: FEHD, LCSD REF: HSY0020210 Rusty metal […]

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Stop The Mess – E – Tai Peng Old Village

Appendix II: Other Problem Areas by Village Tai Peng Old Village REF: TPOV0010210 The refuse collection point at Tai Peng Old Village is a mess. Rubbish is often placed outside the bin area, even when the bins themselves are not full. Responsibility: FEHD REF: TPOV0020210 The recycling bins are next to the refuse collection point, […]

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