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Green initiative

Dawn Gibson
Friday, June 06, 2014

DIVISIONS under the Public Service Commission looked their best this week, in a bid to win recognition for their individual green initiatives for their offices.

A taskforce from the PSC went to all five of the PSC divisions and assessed their different green initiatives, marking scores against particular criteria.

The initiative allowed the staff to get as environmentally-friendly as possible and to get creative at the same time.

PSC deputy secretary Iliesa Lutu told The Fiji Times in an interview on Wednesday afternoon that he hoped it would result in more environmentally-aware employees.

"The reason the Green Initiative was created was so that we could all work together in the divisions under the PSC to make our offices more environmentally friendly," Mr Lutu explained.








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