14 Sep '11, 5am

Why were the staff of Queenstown Community Centre burning loads of paper in joss paper bins, asks our reader.

Why were the staff of Queenstown Community Centre burning loads of paper in joss paper bins, asks our reader.

WHEN we pledge to save the Earth, one of the ways is to recycle as much waste as we can. So it was very unpleasant to see the staff of Queenstown Community Centre placing loads of paper into the nearby joss paper bin outside, and then burning the paper. If these are classified documents, the CC and People's Association (PA) will definitely know where to shred them. If they are not classified, they should be collected and recycled. The PA and the CC should really walk the talk. Mohamed Nazir Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. blog comments powered by Disqus

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