Our Environmental winners

The survey was released on the 2nd April and was open to all, and closed on the 17th April 2024. Prize winners were drawn on Thursday 17th April via random selection of survey participants that entered the draw. Below are our WINNERS! 1.Raukura Ellison  2. Alexander Patai 3. Shaylee Teamoke Congratulations the those above! And meitaki ma’ata to all who took the time to complete the survey and help us move towards a plastic free Cook Islands!
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The National Environment Service (NES) conducted a survey on single-use plastics!

The information collected in this survey will be used to inform the planning of the RESPONSE project aimed to reduce single-use plastics in the food and beverage sector of the Cook Islands, and identify some of the communities’ main concerns when it comes to plastics.

The survey also allowed contestants to go into the draw to win one of our prizes below. Three of our winners will receive:

  1. 2-night stay at the Pacific Resort Rarotonga
  2. $100 voucher for Paradise Supplies
  3. $50 voucher for Rarotonga Brewery

The survey prizes were selected based on their great existing initiatives to reduce plastic packaging and waste in their business operations and are thus some of our local waste warriors!

The survey was released on the 2nd April and was open to all, and closed on the 17th April 2024. Prize winners were drawn on Thursday 17th April via random selection of survey participants that entered the draw.

Below are our WINNERS!
1.Raukura Ellison 
2. Alexander Patai
3. Shaylee Teamoke

Congratulations the those above! And meitaki ma’ata to all who took the time to complete the survey and help us move towards a plastic free Cook Islands!

For more information, please email siana.whatarau@cookislands.gov.ck

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