St Kitts and Nevis: Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Terrance Drew, has recently attended the launch event of the Plastic recycling bin programme at the Deane Glasford Primary School in St. Peter’s province of the nation which falls under the large project of “Solid Waste Management and Recycling Project” on February 27, 2023.
According to the reports, the information was shared through the official social media handle of the Prime Minister, Drew, where he posted several photographs and glimpses from the launching event.
In his Facebook caption, he cited that he was accompanied by the Minister of Environment and Climate Action, Joyelle Clarke, along with Michael C. H. Lin, Resident Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan), at the launch event.
In addition, Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Drew, added in his remarks that, “The programme launch ceremony took place under the presence of the Ministry of Environment in association with the Taiwanese Technical Mission.” Furthermore, he also mentioned that “Dean Glasford Primary is now the sixth primary school where plastic recycles bins are installed.”
PM Terrance Drew further extended his remarks and mentioned the names of other educational institutions and schools with the plastic recycling bin programme beforehand, such as St. Paul’s Primary School, Cayon Primary, Sandy Point Primary, Edgar T. Morris Primary and the Bronte Welsh Primary Schools.
Moreover, in the photographs shared by the Prime Minister of the twin-island federation, Terrance Drew, on his official Facebook handle, where he was seen interacting and talking to the student and managing a staff of the Deane Glasford Primary School.
During the installation ceremony of the recycling bin programme, PM Drew also delivered a speech addressing the students and teachers to use the recycling bin to store waste which could be recycled after that.
In the end, along with the ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan), Michael C. H. Lin and Minister of Environment and Climate Action, Joyelle Clark, encouraged every school member to keep using the installed recycle bin for their security and safety from pollution.