Appendix. 2014/15 Food and Environmental Hygiene Department Southern District Action Plan

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Appendix

2014/15

Food and Environmental Hygiene Department Southern District Action Plan

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Contents

Item Description Page

Improving Environmental Hygiene Conditions

1 Anti-mosquito and rodent control services 3

2 Cleansing of “grey areas” 3-4

3 Public cleansing services

3.1 Street cleansing

3.2 Refuse collection

3.3 Public toilets/aqua privies improvement works

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4 Enforcement action against public cleanliness offences 6

5 Hygiene conditions of food premises 6

Market Management

6 Enhancing market management and hygiene standards 6-7

7 Improving market facilities and promotion 7

Others

8 Special district-based operations [or]

District-based street management operations

8.1 Strengthening control on spilling of seawater from seafood trucks

8.2 Special cleaning operations for typhoon shelters, seashores,

shipyard areas and villages

8.3 Operations against illegal shop extension

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Improving Environmental Hygiene Conditions

1. Anti-mosquito and rodent control services

Last year, there were two local, three imported and one unclassified Japanese encephalitis cases, and 103 imported dengue fever cases respectively in Hong Kong. To safeguard public health and as a precautionary measure, the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department (FEHD) will continue to step up mosquito control and conduct the anti-mosquito campaign in 2014. As the infestation of rodents and pests can transmit diseases and pose a threat to public health, FEHD will implement a series of stringent control measures. In addition to the in-house staff, contractors are engaged to provide mosquito and pest control services. All the mosquito and pest control teams are provided with vehicles and appropriate equipment, so that they can carry out their pest control duties swiftly and effectively. These duties include:

(a) inspecting areas susceptible to mosquito and pest breeding (e.g. construction

and vacant sites, typhoon shelters, schools, village houses, hospitals, illegal cultivation sites and old tenement buildings), conducting anti-mosquito operations, and eliminating possible harbourage of rodents and using trapping devices; and

(b) clearing litter, waste and abandoned articles/tyres from slopes, hillsides,

roadside grass verges and turfed areas, vacant sites, building sites and public open spaces; eliminating potential mosquito breeding grounds and performing anti-mosquito and pest control duties.

FEHD will work closely with the District Anti-mosquito Task Force. It is anticipated that a total of 52 rounds of inspection/anti-mosquito operation/anti-rodent survey and trapping operation will be conducted in the Southern District in 2014/15.

A list of locations provided with anti-mosquito and pest control services is at Annex

I.

2. Cleansing of “grey areas”

At present, FEHD is responsible for clearing waste in the “grey areas”, including unallocated Government land, ungazetted beaches and coastal areas, slopes, roadside

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grass verges and turfed areas along public roads (including roundabouts and hill slopes), nullahs, channels, natural or trained watercourses as well as lifts for the disabled and escalator links at footbridges.

FEHD will continue to provide cleansing services in this respect and conduct

cleaning operations in “grey areas” which are of prime public concern. These

include locations subject to repeated complaints by the public, conspicuous places in urban areas (such as roadside slopes and roundabouts), tourist spots, frequently visited ungazetted beaches, nullahs in urban areas and major rivers in the New Territories. Cleansing service contractors are engaged to do the work and their performance is closely monitored to ensure that their services can meet public expectations.

A list of “grey areas” of prime concern in the Southern District is at Annex II. To

maintain the environmental hygiene of these “grey areas”, cleansing frequency will be adjusted according to ground situation.

3. Public cleansing services

3.1 Street cleansing

FEHD is committed to providing effective and efficient public cleansing services. In-house staff of FEHD and cleansing service contractors are responsible for performing the daily tasks of street sweeping/cleansing, collecting household waste and managing public toilets and refuse collection points.

Street sweeping is an essential part of keeping the city clean. At present, the sweeping frequency in three l o c a t i o n s in the Southern District, namely Aberdeen, Tin Wan and Ap Lei Chau, is six times a day to keep the places clean at all times as they are located in major business and residential districts with high pedestrian flow. Apart from manual sweeping, FEHD also deploys mechanical street sweepers for sweeping highways, flyovers, central dividers, etc. A total of 699 litter containers, 68 stand-alone cigarette butt containers and 68 recyclable collection bins are provided at public streets in the district for the convenience of the public. The litter containers and cigarette butt containers are emptied at a frequency

commensurate with their usage, ranging from twice to six times a day. For

recyclable collection bins, they are emptied at least once a week. Furthermore, there are 35 dog latrines and 129 dog excreta collection bins in public places for the convenience of dog owners.

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To keep pavements, lanes, hawker concentrated areas, refuse collection points and hygiene blackspots in the district clean, FEHD provides regular street washing services at a frequency of at least once to twice a week.

3.2 Refuse collection

At present, FEHD provides 37 refuse collection points of various types and 165 bin sites in the district for residents to dispose of household waste. Refuse is collected at least once daily, and transported by vehicles of FEHD and the contractors to the Island East and Island West Transfer Stations of the Environmental Protection Department for disposal.

To further improve the environmental hygiene conditions in Hong Kong, FEHD will continue to provide focused cleansing services to places where there is such a need.

3.3 Public toilets/aqua privies improvement works

At present, FEHD manages 23 public toilets in the Southern District. FEHD has planned to launch refurbishment programme for Pokfulam Village Public Toilets and Shum Wan Road Public Toilet to upgrade the ventilation systems and other facilities. For example, air fresheners, hand sanitisers, hand dryers, urinal bowls and hand basins at children’s height, baby changing counters, automatic infrared sensor taps and enhanced barrier-free facilities will be installed to make the toilet more hygienic and comfortable. Besides, having regard to the location and area of individual toilets, user requirements and other technical factors, the male-to-female toilet compartment ratio will be increased from the previous 1:1 to 1:2 where circumstances permit to meet the needs of the public.

Furthermore, to enhance the cleansing standard of public toilets and keep public toilets clean at all times, FEHD deploys toilet attendants to station at public toilets of higher daily usage. Apart from providing prompt cleansing service and replenishing toilet paper and liquid soap, the toilet attendants will carry out quick repairs if minor defects are found.

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A list of public toilets with attendant services in the Southern District is at Annex III.

4. Enforcement action against public cleanliness offences

FEHD adopts a “zero tolerance” approach against four common public cleanliness offences (i.e. littering, spitting, unauthorised display of bills/posters and fouling of streets by dog faeces) by issuing Fixed Penalty Notices to the offenders.

Enforcement action is carried out by officers of FEHD during their day-to-day patrol duties. Special attention is paid to the above four common public cleanliness offences at local hygiene blackspots. These spots are usually of higher pedestrian flow with more frequent occurrence and recurrence of cleanliness offences that warrant special attention and action. On top of regular inspections, FEHD also takes a targeted approach in mounting special enforcement operations at selected locations (including public transport interchanges, taxi-stands, bus termini, areas outside off-course betting centres and places with heavy passenger traffic). A list of hygiene blackspots with frequent littering and other cleanliness offences in the

Southern District is at Annex IV.

5. Hygiene conditions of food premises

To maintain the hygiene standards of food premises, FEHD will continue to conduct inspections of licensed food premises in the district. Stringent enforcement actions will also be taken against unlicensed food premises and those food premises that do not meet hygiene standards, contravene the law or breach licensing requirements or conditions to protect public health. In 2014/15, 5 120 inspections will be conducted in the Southern District.

Market Management

6. Enhancing market management and hygiene standards

Stall lessees of public markets and cooked food markets/centres are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their stalls. If they neglect their responsibility, resulting in unsatisfactory hygiene conditions and obstruction to passageways, food and environmental hygiene will be significantly affected. This will also cause inconvenience to customers, thus discouraging them from shopping in the markets.

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FEHD will continue to launch the Market Cleansing Day every month to maintain the hygiene conditions in the markets. Apart from issuing guidelines on food handling to food stalls and taking enforcement actions against breaches of hygiene-related legislation and tenancy conditions (e.g. obstruction to passageways), we will cleanse thoroughly on a daily basis the common areas and facilities of the markets (e.g. floor and escalators).

7. Improving market facilities and promotion

FEHD will carry out improvement works in three public markets in Southern District, including the replacement of water pipes in Aberdeen Market and escalators in Apleichau Market, and and installation of additional fans in Nam Long Shan Road Cooked Food Market. Upgrading the facilities of markets can create a more comfortable shopping environment for the public.

In addition, to make shopping more enjoyable and to attract more customers to shop at public markets, FEHD will carry out promotional activities like festive promotions, thematic exhibitions, talks and cooking demonstrations in suitable markets.

Others

8. Special district-based operations

8.1 Strengthening control on spilling of seawater from seafood trucks

To strengthen control on the spilling of seawater from seafood trucks, the Southern District Environmental Hygiene Office instituted a total of 5 3 prosecutions against offenders during the period from March 2013 to February 2014. To enhance the awareness of the trade in maintaining environmental hygiene, FEHD deployed staff to collaborate with Hong Kong Police Force in enhancing health education for seafood truck drivers. Letters were also distributed to advise seafood/transport traders to strictly obey the law and refrain from discharging effluents at public places. FEHD will continue to monitor the problem closely and take appropriate actions.

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To keep the environment of the coastal areas and typhoon shelters in the Southern District clean, the Southern District Environmental Hygiene Office conducts in conjunction with the Marine Department special cleaning operations in the district regularly and when necessary by utilising vessels to remove the refuse floating in the typhoon shelters and near the seashores. From March 2013 to February 2014, 168 joint cleaning operations were conducted, and the number of operations for 2014/15 is expected to be more or less the same as last year. Special cleaning operations are also conducted from time to time by the Department in shipyard areas and villages such as Pok Fu Lam Village, Tai Hou Wan Village, San Wai Village, Kau Wai Village and Shek O Village to keep the environment of these areas clean.

8.3 Operations against illegal shop extension

FEHD will continue to work jointly with the Hong Kong Police Force for mounting raiding/prosecution operations against illegal shop extension in local blackspots, especially in the vicinity of Aberdeen Centre, to control the obstruction problem caused by illegal shop extension in the district. From March 2013 to February 2014, FEHD instituted 627 prosecutions, in addition to 72 prosecutions and seizure of goods in the special operations launched jointly with the Police. FEHD will monitor the situation closely and take appropriate actions.

9. Annexes

I Locations provided with anti-mosquito and pest control services

II “Grey areas” of prime concern in the district

III Public toilets with attendant services in the district

IV Hygiene blackspots with frequent littering and other cleanliness offences in the

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Annex I

Locations provided with anti-mosquito and rodent control services

No. Locations 1 E m b a n k m e n t o u t s i d e K a Lu n g C o u r t 2 B e a c h a t W a t e r f a l l B a y 3 S l o p e o p p o s i t e t o W a h La i H o u s e , W a h K w a i E s t a t e 4 S l o p e a t W a h K w a i R o a d 5 P o k F u La m V i l l a g e , P o k F u La m R o a d 6 S l o p e n e a r B l o c k 1 4 , C h i F u F a Y u e n 7 S l o p e n e a r B l o c k 8 , C h i F u F a Y u e n 8 S l o p e a t j / o P o k F u La m R o a d a n d V i c t o r i a R o a d 9 S l o p e b e h i n d P o k F u La m F i r e S t a t i o n a n d P o k F u La m A m b u l a n c e D e p o t 1 0 S l o p e b e h i n d K w a i F o n g N u r s e r y, P o k F u La m 1 1 S l o p e a t s i d e o f t e m p o r a r y s i t t i n g - o u t a r e a , K a i L u n g W a n 1 2 S l o p e a t s i d e o f G o v e r n m e n t Q u a r t e r s , 1 2 2 P o k F u La m R o a d 1 3 S l o p e a t s i d e o f C h i n e s e C u i s i n e T r a i n i n g In s t i t u t e , P o k F u La m R o a d 1 4 S l o p e a t s i d e o f E b e n e z e r S c h o o l & H o m e F o r T h e V i s u a l l y Im p a i r e d , P o k F u La m R o a d 1 5 S l o p e o u t s i d e C h i n e s e C h r i s t i a n C e m e t e r y n e a r Q u e e n M a r y H o s p i t a l , P o k F u La m R o a d 1 6 S l o p e b e h i n d R o ya l t o n , P o k F u La m R o a d 1 7 S l o p e b e t w e e n W a h H o n g S t r e e t a n d W a h C h u i S t r e e t ,

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V i c t o r i a R o a d 1 8 S l o p e o u t s i d e H o n g K o n g A n i m a l M a n a g e m e n t C e n t r e , V i c t o r i a R o a d 1 9 S l o p e f a c e d t o C yb e r p o r t a t V i c t o r i a R o a d 2 0 S h u i T s o i T i n V i l l a ge 2 1 S l o p e a t u p p e r T a i H a u W a n V i l l a ge , V i c t o r i a R o a d 2 2 C o n s o r t R i s e , B i s n e y R o a d , U p p e r & Lo w e r T a i H a u W a n V i l l a g e 2 3 S l o p e o u t s i d e B l o c k 1 6 - 1 8 B a gu i o V i l l a 2 4 S l o p e o u t s i d e B l o c k 4 5 - 4 7 B a gu i o V i l l a 2 5 S l o p e a n d f o o t p a t h a t s i d e o f 〝 賴 金 記 石 廠 〞, V i c t o r i a R o a d 2 6 S l o p e o u t s i d e K a i M i n g T e m p l e 2 7 S l o p e a t s i d e o f S a n d y B a y R o a d 2 8 S h o r e o f S a n d y B a y 2 9 S l o p e a t s i d e o f S h a W a n D r i v e 3 0 S l o p e b e h i n d 2 - 9 6 A b e r d e e n M a i n R o a d 3 1 S l o p e a t A b e r d e e n R e s e r v o i r R o a d 3 2 S l o p e a t s i d e o f W a r e H o u s e , Y u e K w o n g R o a d 3 3 S l o p e a t s i d e o f A b e r d e e n T e c h n i c a l S c h o o l 3 4 S l o p e b e h i n d a s h o p ( 裕 記 ) a t A b e r d e e n O l d M a i n S t r e e t , n e a r M a y C o u r t 3 5 R e a r La n e o f 1 - 2 3 T u n g S i n g R o a d 3 6 R e a r La n e o f T s u n g M a n S t r e e t 3 7 R e a r La n e o f N a m N i n g S t r e e t

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3 8 R e a r La n e o f S a i O n S t r e e t 3 9 T h e s u r r o u n d i n g a r e a o f A b e r d e e n W h o l e s a l e F i s h M a r k e t 4 0 B r e a k w a t e r o f A b e r d e e n T yp h o o n S h e l t e r 4 1 R e a r La n e o f 2 - 1 2 K a W o S t r e e t , T i n W a n 4 2 R e a r La n e o f 4 - 1 0 T i n W a n S t r e e t 4 3 R e a r La n e o f T a n g F u n g S t r e e t 4 4 S l o p e b e h i n d H u n g F u k C o u r t , T i n W a n 4 5 S l o p e b e h i n d 4 5 S h e k P a i W a n R o a d 4 6 R e a r La n e o f 5 3 - 1 0 1 S h e k P a i W a n R o a d 4 7 S l o p e o p p o s i t e t o T i n La i H o u s e , T i n W a n E s t a t e 4 8 S l o p e a l o n g T i n W a n P r a ya R o a d 4 9 S l o p e a t s i d e o f S h i p ya r d s , A p Le i C h a u P r a ya R o a d 5 0 V a c a n t l a n d a t s i d e o f S h a m W a n T o w e r s , A p Le i C h a u 5 1 S l o p e a t Y u k K w a i S h a n , A p Le i C h a u 5 2 V a c a n t l a n d a t A p L e i C h a u P r a ya R o a d 5 3 S l o p e a t A p Le i C h a u B r i d g e R o a d 5 4 V a c a n t l a n d a n d S l o p e u n d e r A p Le i C h a u B r i d g e 5 5 V a c a n t l a n d b e h i n d O c e a n i c In d u s t r i a l C e n t r e , L e e Lo k S t r e e t , A p Le i C h a u 5 6 S l o p e b e t w e e n A p L e i C h a u S e r v i c e R e s e r v o i r a n d Le e N a m R o a d , A p Le i C h a u 5 7 S l o p e o u t s i d e A p Le i C h a u E s t a t e ( f a c i n g t o s e a & n e a r W i n d T o w e r P a r k ) a n d S h i p ya r d s 5 8 S l o p e a t S a n S h i S t r e e t , A p Le i C h a u

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5 9 S l o p e a t L e e M a n R o a d , A p Le i C h a u 6 0 S l o p e b e h i n d 6 5 - 1 4 7 , M a i n S t r e e t , A p Le i C h a u 6 1 S l o p e a t L e e C h i R o a d , A p Le i C h a u 6 2 S l o p e a t s i d e o f H o n g K o n g T r u e Li gh t C o l l e ge , A p Le i C h a u 6 3 S l o p e o u t s i d e T u n g C h e o n g H o u s e , Le i T u n g E s t a t e 6 4 S l o p e o u t s i d e A p Le i C h a u E s t a t e 6 5 A p Le i C h a u P r a ya R o a d 6 6 S a n W a i V i l l a ge , W o n g C h u k H a n g 6 7 K a u W a i V i l l a g e , W o n g C h u k H a n g 6 8 S h i p ya r d a r e a , S h u m W a n R o a d , W o n g C h u k H a n g 6 9 B o t h s i d e s o f N a m F u n g R o a d , n e a r W o n g C h u k H a n g H o s p i t a l , W o n g C h u k H a n g 7 0 S l o p e a t N a m F u n g R o a d , W o n g C h u k H a n g 7 1 S l o p e a t s i d e o f S h u m W a n R o a d , W o n g C h u k H a n g 7 2 S l o p e a n d v a c a n t l a n d a t s i d e o f T a i W o n g Y e T e m p l e , H e u n g Y i p R o a d , W o n g C h u k H a n g 7 3 S l o p e a n d v a c a n t l a n d a t W e l f a r e R o a d , W o n g C h u k H a n g 7 4 S e a v i e w P r o m e n a d e 7 5 S l o p e a t D e e p W a t e r B a y R o a d 7 6 C a r P a r k o p p o s i t e t o a B B Q s i t e , D e e p W a t e r B a y 7 7 S l o p e a t s i d e o f R e p u l s e B a y R o a d a n d S o u t h B a y R o a d 7 8 S l o p e a n d r o c k y b e a c h a t C h u n g H o m K o k 7 9 S t a n l e y M a i n S t r e e t a n d i t s v i c i n i t y 8 0 S l o p e a t 1 8 S t a n l e y V i l l a g e R o a d

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8 1 T a i Ta m T u k V i l l a g e 8 2 H o k T s u i V i l l a g e 8 3 T u n g A h P u i V i l l a g e 8 4 N g a n H a n g V i l l a g e 8 5 T o T e i W a n V i l l a g e 8 6 La n N a i W a n V i l l a g e 8 7 T a i Lo n g W a n V i l l a g e 8 8 S h e k O V i l l a g e

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Annex II “Grey areas” of prime concern in the district

No. Locations 1 S l o p e a t W o n g M a K o k R o a d , o p p o s i t e t o S t . S t e p h e n ’ s C o l l e g e 2 S l o p e a t s i d e s o f T a i T a m T u k V i l l a g e a n d H i l l s l o p e a l o n g B i g W a v e B a y R o a d 3 H i l l s l o p e a l o n g P a k P a t S h a n R o a d , T a i T a m a n d S l o p e b e s i d e N o . 8 P a k P a t S h a n R o a d 4 S l o p e b e t w e e n N o . 2 3 t o 3 7 M o u n t D a v i s R o a d 5 S l o p e b e h i n d S a n d y B a y R o a d c o n n e c t i n g t o S a n d y B a y P u m p i n g S t a t i o n a n d V i c t o r i a R o a d 6 S l o p e a t B i s n e y R o a d c o n n e c t i n g t o P o k f u l a m R o a d 7 S l o p e n e x t t o r o u n d a b o u t a t t h e j u n c t i o n o f M o u n t D a v i s R o a d a n d V i c t o r i a R o a d 8 S l o p e b e h i n d T R C P o p p o s i t e t o P o k f u l a m V i l l a g e 9 S l o p e a t s i d e o f N o . 4 6 Is l a n d R o a d 1 0 S l o p e a t K a u W a i V i l l a g e a t s i d e o f La m p P o s t N o . E P 5 9 1 4 a n d 4 6 2 0 7 1 1 S l o p e n e x t t o f o o t p at h b e h i n d C h i F u F a Y u e n B l o c k 1 4 1 2 S l o p e n e x t t o f o o t p a t h c o n n e c t i n g N o . 1 M o u n t D a v i s R o a d a n d V i c t o r i a R o a d ( n e a r R C P a t La i K a m K e e M a s o n r y) 1 3 S l o p e b e h i n d T R C P op p o s i t e t o N o . 3 3 S a s s o o n R o a d 1 4 S l o p e b e h i n d T R C P op p o s i t e t o N o . 1 8 - 2 1 B i s n e y R o a d 1 5 S l o p e b e h i n d T R C P at j u n c t i o n o f V i c t o r i a R o a d a n d B i s n e y R o a d

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1 6 S l o p e i n s i d e T a i H a u W a n V i l l a g e 1 7 S l o p e n e x t t o f o o t p a t h a t Y u k K w a i S h a n 1 8 S l o p e a t A p Le i C h a u B r i d g e R o a d b e h i n d S u n n y C o u r t a t N o . 7 7 - 7 9 A p l e i c h a u M a i n S t r e e t 1 9 S l o p e n e x t t o f o o t p a t h a t W a r e H o u s e 2 0 S l o p e a t s i d e o f b u s s t o p a t N o . 4 5 R e p u l s e B a y R o a d 2 1 S l o p e b e h i n d t h e IS F A c a d e m y o p p o s i t e t o K o n g S i n W a n R o a d 2 2 R o c k y b e a c h i n S t a n l e y M a i n B e a c h a n d H o n g K o n g S e a S c h o o l 2 3 B e a c h e s a t P a k K a n V i l l a ge , S t a n l e y 2 4 S h e k O R o c k y B e a c h a n d b e a c h e s a t E a s t e r n C o a s t o f S h e k O H e a d l a n d 2 5 R o c k y s e a w a l l a t S t a n l e y M a i n S t r e e t 2 6 B e a c h e s a t W a t e r f a l l B a y p l u s a l l a d j o i n i n g a r e a s 2 7 B e a c h e s a t S a n d y B a y p l u s a l l a d j o i n i n g a r e a s 2 8 B r e a k w a t e r s a t A b e r d e e n T yp h o o n S h e l t e r p l u s a l l a d j o i n i n g a r e a s 2 9 S e a w a l l f a c i n g D S D t r e a t m e n t p l a n t i n S h e k O a n d n u l l a h a t S h e k O V i l l a g e 3 0 S e a s h o r e a t T a i T a m T u k V i l l a g e 3 1 H a i r p i n B e a c h , La n N a i W a n , T u r t l e C o v e B e a c h a n d T o T e i W a n 3 2 S e a s h o r e o f T u n g A h V i l l a g e 3 3 S h a S h e k T a n a t C h u n g H o m K o k a n d r o c k y b e a c h n e a r P a c i f i c V i e w a t T a i T a m R o a d

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3 4 B e a c h e s a t N o r t h - w e s t C o a s t o f S t a n l e y B a y a n d S t . Stephen’s Beach 3 5 U n g a z e t t e d b e a c h / c o a s t a l a r e a n e a r B i g W a v e B a y B e a c h 3 6 S h o r e o f f a t A b e r d e e n P r o m e n a d e a n d A p Le i C h a u P r a ya R o a d 3 7 S h o r e o f f n e x t t o C yb e r p o r t S e w a g e T r e a t m e n t P l a n t a n d S h o r e o f f a t C yb e r p o r t R o a d o p p o s i t e t o B e l A i r P e a k R i s e 3 8 A m e n i t y p l o t a t j u n c t i o n o f S t a n l e y G a p R o a d a n d S t a n l e y V i l l a g e R o a d 3 9 A m e n i t y p l o t s a t S t a n l e y B e a c h R o a d a n d S t a n l e y M o u n t R o a d 4 0 T o e w a l l p l a n t e r a t W o n g M a K o k P a t h a n d W o n g M a K o k R o a d 4 1 A m e n i t y p l o t a t S t a n l e y Li n k R o a d 4 2 A m e n i t y p l o t s a t T a i T a m R e s e r v o i r R o a d , a n d j u n c t i o n o f S h e k O R o a d a n d B i g W a v e B a y

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Annex III

Public toilets with attendant services in the district

No. Name of public toilets and their locations

1 P o k f u l a m R o a d n e a r Q u e e n M a r y H o s p i t a l P u b l i c T o i l e t 2 P o k f u l a m V i l l a g e P u b l i c T o i l e t B l o c k B 3 W u N a m S t r e e t P u b l i c T o i l e t 4 1 6 A b e r d e e n M a i n R o a d P u b l i c T o i l e t 5 A p Le i C h a u M u n i c i p a l S e r v i c e s B u i l d i n g P u b l i c T o i l e t 6 S h u m W a n R o a d P u b l i c T o i l e t 7 Y i p F a t S t r e e t P u b l i c T o i l e t 8 R e p u l s e B a y B u s T e r m i n u s P u b l i c T o i l e t 9 R e p u l s e B a y B e a c h R o a d P u b l i c T o i l e t 1 0 S t a n l e y W a t e r f r o n t P u b l i c T o i l e t 1 1 S t a n l e y M a i n S t r e e t P u b l i c T o i l e t 1 2 S t a n l e y L i n k R o a d P u b l i c T o i l e t 1 3 S t a n l e y M u n i c i p a l S e r v i c e s B u i l d i n g P u b l i c T o i l e t 1 4 S t a n l e y T a i T a m V i l l a g e P u b l i c T o i l e t 1 5 S h e k O V i l l a g e P u b l i c T o i l e t 1 6 S o u t h B a y P u b l i c T o i l e t

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Annex IV

Hygiene blackspots with frequent littering and other cleanliness offences in the district

No. Locations

1 No. 66 – 97 Shek Pai Wan Road

2 Ka Wo Street

3 Tang Fung Street

4 Wu Pak Street

5 Wu Nam Street

6 Tung Sing Road

7 No. 28 – 118 Aberdeen Main Road

8 Aberdeen Main Road near Shan Ming Street

9 Ap Lei Chau Praya Road

10 Yip Kan Street

11 Yip Fat Street

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Annex V

List of contact persons in the district

Post Name Contact No.

District Environmental Hygiene Superintendent

CHOW Wing-che 2903 0400

Chief Health Inspector CHAK Chi-ho 2903 0401

Senior Health Inspector (Environmental Hygiene) 1

CHUNG Ka-see 2903 0420

Senior Health Inspector (Environmental Hygiene) 2

LEUNG Kam-hon 2903 0421

Senior Health Inspector (Cleansing/ Pest Control)

Ms WONG Ka-wai 2903 0402

Senior Health Inspector (Market Management)

YIM Yiu-chung 2903 0490

Senior Health Inspector (Hawkers)

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