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Island West Transfer Station

  • Built in 1997

  • Provide waste transfer service for the Central and Western District and part of the Southern District

  • The tipping hall is housed within a rock cavern measuring about 66m long, 11m high and 27m wide

  • Treatment capacity of 1,000 tonnes of refuse per day

  • Less than 200m from the nearest residential building

  • Facilities effectively hidden underground

  • Minimal environmental and visual impact

  • For details, please visit Environmental Protection Department’s website.

What are Rock caverns? Rock caverns refer to large man-made spaces in rock,
            which offer many beneficial applications in terms of land uses
Island West Transfer Station

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