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Pollution in Hong Kong (26 Sep 2004)

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Discusses the cause and cure for Hong Kong's worsening air pollution. Annelise Connell (Vice Chairman, Clear the Air) says the government is not doing enough to stop polluters. She says consumers and industries should bear the clean up cost. Richard Lancaster (Commercial Director, CLP Hong Kong Ltd.) says pollutants produced by Hong Kong's power companies are small and further clean up is expensive. Roy Tang Yun-kwong (Deputy Secretary, Environment, Transport and Works Bureau (Environment)) says government programme has significantly reduced roadside air pollution and China's agreement to reduce pollutants in Pearl River Delta by 2010 will improve ambience air quality.

Program: 
Newsline
Publish Date: 
Sunday, September 26, 2004
Station: 
ATV
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