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City of Okayama conducting recycling lecture

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - The City of Okayama will be returning to Guam this July to conduct a lecture on waste recycling practices.

"We have a friendship agreement with the City of Okayama and they're pretty green in their environmental practices so they're going to be sharing some of those measures and ideas on how Guam can improve on its recycling movement," he said.

Back in October of last year, the city of Okayama donated 30 recycling bins to Huam to encourage the practice of recycling throughout the island.

"Recycling is always something that is going to be improved upon here and we're excited about it," he said.

The lecture will be at The Guam Reef and Olive Spa Resort from 11am to 12 noon on July 5th.

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