Guam - The Department of Agriculture began fumigating rhino beetle-infested waste yesterday.  The waste, which has already been separated from the organic waste and cannot be burnt, has been held at Oka Point for the last several weeks.

Operations manager for the project Roland Quitugua says no new evidence of breeding has been found outside the contamination zone and the program is now focusing its efforts on the Agana Swamp and Nimitz Hill areas.