The Ministry of Tourism’s “Plastic Free July” initiative, which was launched in 2018, is continuing with a renewed campaign dubbed “Plastic Free Legacy” with the aim of substantially reducing the number of single use plastics in the Federation and thereby minimizing plastic pollution.While speaking on the government’s weekly programme, “Working for You”, on February 06, Assistant Secretary and Chairperson of the Sustainable Destination Council.
“We do not yet have a recycling facility in St. Kitts. What we have are persons, for example, Admirals, who collects recyclables and they compact and ship them. People are encouraged to take their recyclables, plastics, glass bottles, corrugated cardboard, and aluminium cans to Admirals for shipping,”.
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