Knowing that the climate is changing, FreeSpace Fest 2014 is going to help the environment and transform the festival culture extraordinary to “Go Green”. While you enjoy your freedom and happiness in the free space, remind ourselves we need a clean and healthy planet to do so. Your choices can make a difference!

How to play Smart and Go Green?

  • Bring your own mugs, containers and utensils. All Food & Beverage booths would have a small charge of HK$3 for each set of container and utensil.
  • Avoid consuming products that contains non-recyclable materials such as polystyrene, packaging with aluminum coating or one-off items such as disposable utensils.
  • Minimise the amount of packaging you bring and leave behind.
  • Don’t leave rubbish behind
  • Think before you throw! Dispose of your recycling and trash at designated collection points on site. Some recycling tips for you:

  • Glass bottle: 1. Remove the metal/ plastic cap2. Drain the liquid; and Place different items into specific recycling bin.

  • Plastic drink bottle: 1. Remove the cap;  2. Drain the liquid; 3. Remove the label; and 4. Place into recycling bins

  • Food waste: Do not put any containers, utensils or packagings into the food waste bin.

 

Green Partner: Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation

Volunteers will be manning recycling stations in the venue, which will be equipped with recycling bins for glass, waste paper, plastics, metals and food waste. The volunteers will assist in the various recycling tasks, promote environmental awareness on the site and share with the public the correct methods for handling recyclables. The Tzu Chi Foundation will also serve as the environmental consultant for Freespace Fest 2014 and provide comments on the environmental friendliness of the venue’s facilities and services.

Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation
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    How to play Smart and Go Green??

    • Bring your own mugs, containers and utensils. All Food & Beverage booths would have a small charge of HK$3 for each set of container and utensil.
    • Avoid consuming products that contains non-recyclable materials such as polystyrene, packaging with aluminum coating or one-off items such as disposable utensils.
    • Minimise the amount of packaging you bring and leave behind.
    • Don't leave rubbish behind
    Think before you throw! Dispose of your recycling and trash at designated collection points on site. Some recycling tips for you:
    Glass bottle: 1. Remove the metal/ plastic cap2. Drain the liquid; and Place different items into specific recycling bin.
    Plastic drink bottle: 1. Remove the cap;  2. Drain the liquid; 3. Remove the label; and 4. Place into recycling bins
    • Food waste: Do not put any containers, utensils or packagings into the food waste bin.