Truckloads of waste collected during Clean up the Cooks

A total of 751kg of waste was collected on Rarotonga during last month’s Clean up the Cooks Day.
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Most of this was general waste and scrap metal. Eighteen teams from businesses, government departments and schools participated in the event which was led by the National Environment Service. Meitaki ma’ata to everyone who took part!

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