A Rubbish Collection Pavilion for Luk Tei Tong, Mui Wo, Hong Kong
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Dear Mr Leung Ka-yiu and Mr Lau San-shing,
The residents of Luk Tei Tong Village in Mui Wo on Lantau Island are requesting the erection of a rubbish collection station for our village.
We are requesting that the refuse station be erected at the current rubbish and recyclables area on the side of the path leading to Luk Tei Tong Village. Currently, there are bins for general waste. glass and recyclables at this location. The area around the bins is very open and not sheltered. On every occasion when it is windy some of the contents from the bins is blown away into the fields and swamps adjacent to where the bins are located. With the increasing number of residents in the village this problem is becoming more serious every day. The spread of rubbish around the bins is a potential health risk as well as being an eyesore. This path is the main road used by residents going to the Mui Wo centre, as well as hikers who have been in the mountains.
We see the instant need to build a proper pavilion, similar to that in the nearby village of Tai Tei Tong. Please kindly help us direct our petition to the responsible department.
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