Collection for End of Life Vehicles (ELVs) on Rarotonga

As stewards of our environment, we wish to inform the public about our upcoming initiative in April aimed at addressing End of Life Vehicle (ELV) waste. It’s time to take action and create a lasting impact. Participate in our Legacy Waste Collection Campaign, a crucial step towards a cleaner, more sustainable future.
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The National Environment Service (NES) & Cook Islands General Transport (CIGT) would like to announce our End-of Life Vehicles (ELVs) Legacy Waste Collection.

As stewards of our environment, we wish to inform the public about our upcoming initiative in April aimed at addressing End of Life Vehicle (ELV) waste. It’s time to take action and create a lasting impact. Participate in our Legacy Waste Collection Campaign, a crucial step towards a cleaner, more sustainable future. Every contribution counts, and your involvement can help reshape the legacy we leave behind.  

Save the date for this impactful movement in April. To get ahead of it please download forms from the NES website or contact Mii Herman at mii.herman@cookislands.gov.ck or Jessie Sword at jessie@cigt.co.ck

After submitting your registration forms to CIGT/NES Office or emails above, CIGT will coordinate the pickup arrangements.

NES & CIGT appreciates your patience as we work collectively to deliver this project.

Meitaki maata 

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