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SOLOMON WATER TO PARTICIPATE IN SAFE AND GREEN GAMES CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN IN HONIARA CITY

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Solomon Water is pleased to announce it is taking part in the Safe and Green Games Campaign, a national cleanup campaign in Honiara City. The campaign, which takes place over three days, aims to ensure that the city is clean and green before the start of the 2023 Pacific Games in November.

As a responsible state owned enterprise, Solomon Water is committed to supporting efforts that promote a clean and sustainable environment. We are proud to join hands with all government ministries and agencies, as well as other business houses, in this national cleanup campaign. By participating in this campaign, we hope to contribute to the overall objective of making Honiara City a cleaner and more pleasant place to live, work, and visit.

Acting Solomon Water CEO Unni Kesavan said “As a water utility SOE, we recognize the critical importance of a clean and sustainable environment to our operations. We are committed to doing our part to protect the environment and support sustainable development in Honiara City. By participating in this national cleanup campaign, we hope to contribute to the overall objective of making Honiara City a cleaner and greener place and we are encouraging all Solomon Water staff to participate and make a positive impact on our city.”

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“We believe that the Safe and Green Games Campaign is a timely and important initiative that will help to promote a culture of environmental stewardship and civic responsibility in our city,” the Acting CEO said. “We are proud to join hands with other stakeholders in this important effort and look forward to working together to make Honiara City a better place for all.”

The Safe and Green Games Campaign is a joint initiative of the Solomon Islands Government, the Honiara City Council, and other stakeholders, including the private sector and donor partners. The campaign takes place over Friday 3 March to Sunday 5 March, and will involve a range of activities, including a public parade, street and community clean-ups, and a combined church service.

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