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CIMA Employees Make Recycling Easy 

(Tuesday, 26 August 2014) The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) is the first agency to receive collection bins for small batteries, as part of the newly-launched recycling programme by the Department of Environmental Health (DEH).

Employees of CIMA accepted containers from DEH today for the purpose of collecting aluminium cans and small batteries for recycling. The development is a result of staff coming together earlier this year, to implement better practices in order to make CIMA more environmentally-friendly. In so doing, the ‘CIMA Green Team’ was created to organise such efforts and to give staff a means of developing further initiatives to affect their community positively.

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