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Steering Group on the Modification of Recycling and Refuse Collection Facilities in Public Places

Steering Group on the Modification of Recycling and Refuse Collection Facilities in Public Places

Terms of Reference

Having regard to the objectives of facilitating waste reduction and resource recovery, the effective implementation of quantity-based municipal solid waste charging, and balancing the need of upholding environmental hygiene and cost-effectiveness in the use of public resources, the Steering Group will -  

(a) review the existing design and distribution of recycling bins and refuse collection bins in public places, and recommend modifications as appropriate;
   
(b) review the existing design and distribution of refuse collection points, and recommend enhancement and appropriate alteration; and
   
(c) in pursuing (a) and (b) above, tap and consolidate stakeholders’ expectations, and engage stakeholders with a view to fostering acceptance of the proposed modifications.


Membership List
(from 1 February 2018 to 31 January 2020)

Chairman

Secretary for the Environment


Members

Ms Carmen CHAN Ka-mun

Mr Simeon CHENG Sing-hymn

Ms Vivien CHENG Yu-wai

Prof Raymond FUNG Wing-kee

Mr Evans IU Po-lung

Dr Amie LAI Gor

Mr LAM Ho-yeung

Mr Simon LAM Yiu-man

Ms Joanne LEE Yuen-ting

Ms Cynthia LEUNG Mei-po

Mr Ben NG Wing-hong

Prof Michael SIU Kin-wai

Ms Iris TAM Siu-ying

Dr TANG Chin-cheung

Mr Luther WONG Lok-tak

Representatives of the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department

Representatives of the Environmental Protection Department

Representatives of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department

Representative of the Home Affairs Department

Representatives of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department


 
Consultancy Studies

The work of the Steering Group is supported by consultancy studies in two stages. The Stage 1 Consultancy Study reviews and recommends the provision and distribution of recycling bins (RBs) and litter containers (LCs) in public places, and the Stage 2 Consultancy Study focuses on the design of RBs and LCs. The Executive Summary of the Stage 1 Consultancy Study is here. The findings and recommendations of the Stage 1 Consultancy Study are subject to further review having regard to the outcome the Stage 2 Consultancy Study, which is being conducted.

 

04-05-2018