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Canada’s Environment Minister Catherine McKenna exulted about the return of Canadian garbage from the Philippines in a Friday tweet.
McKenna told her followers, “Anchors aweigh! The containers of garbage departed the Philippines and will arrive in Canada in four weeks — where the waste will be turned into energy that’ll power homes in British Columbia.”
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The 69 garbage-filled shipping containers that were part of the MV Bavaria’s cargo set sail for North America early Friday morning from the Philippine port of Subic, according to the Canadian Press.
The ship should arrive in Vancouver, B.C. in about four weeks with the voyage costing the Canadian government $1.14 million (CAD).
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The Philippines disposed of almost half of the initial 2,500 tons of garbage, but insisted that Canada take back...
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