Hong Kong’s only paper drink box recycling plant “Miaofang Mil Mill” Yuen Long factory has not been renovated by another new Progress Science and Technology Park Company: The Science and Technology Park Company issued a statement last night, saying that when the a short-term lease was granted to Mil Mill in 2018, The long-term development plan of the Innovation Park has been clearly communicated to the company, so both parties have always reached a consensus that the lease agreement will not be renewed after the contract ends. As soon as the statement came out, Mil Mill responded online late at night, saying that they had a meeting with the Science and Technology Park last week, and the two founders had made it clear to each other, when they leased in 2018, that they knew that the relevant leased premises could be maintained for at least six years. , “Unfortunately, the Science and Technology Park has now completely rejected the claims we made last week.” He also criticized the Science and Technology Park for making its own statement and avoiding answering their emails.
According to the Science and Technology Park statement, the parent company Mil Mill Confidential Information Processing Co, Ltd (SSID) needed to find a site to operate in 2017. The Science and Technology Park Company invited SSID to participate in the offer and bid process for the lease of one complete factory in Yuen Long Innovation Park at that time The company accelerated the establishment of its recycling business, and SSID successfully won the application and was approved for a short-term lease of 3 years until the end 2021. Therefore, both parties have always reached a consensus that the lease will not be renewed after the lease expires.” The Science and Technology Park noted that 6 months before the lease expired last year, it learned that SSID needed more time to find suitable new land to move to Therefore, a “special arrangement” has been made to renew the contract for one year until the end of this year for “short-term emergency assistance”. The Science and Technology Park said, knowing that the DPC has provided several sites for SSID to relocate to, the Science and Technology Park will continue to provide support and “give an appropriate period of time as needed.”
Mil Mill retorted on Facebook around 11 o’clock last night for the Science and Technology Park statement in the evening. Mil Mill drew attention to the fact that he did not know that the Science Park had issued a statement until he received a call from a reporter late at night. “The statement was published at this time, and apparently the Science Park did not want us to respond.” .
Mil Mill asked, “Why did the Science Park not respond to the email we sent more than 20 hours ago and instead issued a statement directly to the media?” They responded briefly to the content of the statement: “During the meeting with the Science Park last week, the two founders had already made a statement Make it clear to the other party, when you leased in 2018, that you know the the relevant leased site could continue to operate for at least six years. Unfortunately, the Science and Technology Park has completely rejected the statement we made last week. More importantly, the Science and Technology Park has not responded positively to our three big questions yet.”
Mil Mill later revealed the details of the “big three issues”:
1 – Will a grace period of 2 to 3 years be given to extend the recycling in Hong Kong and facilitate the relocation of Mil Mill? If not, will Greenland stop recycling cartons, or send drink cartons to landfill?
2 – Can you mediate with the Department of Environmental Protection to help Mill Mill enter the Eco Park? If not, why can the Department of Environmental Protection only provide land outside the “EcoPark”?
3 – Will the Yuen Long Innovation Park now recruit companies focused on “environmental recycling”?