Fijian authorities are looking for a waste recycler to help them remove and recycle the waste they’re trying to dispose of in a landfill.
It’s a new job for one of the countrys top waste recycers.
Fiji Waste Recycling is part of the national waste management system, the Waste Management Council.
Fijian government says waste recycolators are needed to ensure a high level of recycling, but the job is hard and expensive.
The Council says the job requires a degree of skill, expertise and financial resources.
It also says waste recycling is not cheap and that many people in Fiji are out of work.
Fifty percent of households in the country are not employed.
The job description includes sorting and sorting of various types of waste, such as food, clothing, paper and packaging.
There is a limit of about 1,000 tonnes of waste per day.
Finnish President Sauli Niinisto has said that waste is being thrown away and it’s becoming more and more expensive to dispose.
The government has introduced a pilot program for waste recycents.