NCDC campaign hopes to keep Port Moresby clean

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By LEMACH LAVARI
PORT Moresby deputy city manager Ted Lulu says a sense of respect and responsibility is important in creating a safe and clean public city for residents.
Lulu said the National Capital District Commission launched the Klinim Mosbi campaign at the end of last month to educate city residents to keep the city clean.
The NCDC held a clean-a-thon on Saturday in the central business area in Boroko.
Workers from NCDC, parks and gardens and business houses such as Westpac, Brian Bell and Pings were joined by youths and women groups in cleaning up Boroko.
Waste management officer John Navara said the NCDC waste management division could spend less on collecting rubbish if residents disposed of their rubbish correctly and not litter.
He said the campaign would advocate the concept of reducing, reusing and recycling waste.

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