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Let’s Go Local: Savasi Island Resort for CEO Amitesh Deo

Amitesh Deo believes that Fiji is so much more than just beaches and resorts. Mr Deo is the Chief Executive Officer of Waste Recyclers Fiji Limited. He said Fijians need to take pride and take the responsibility of disposing rubbish accordingly to protect the environment and also from the spread of diseases.
03 May 2022 17:56
Let’s Go Local: Savasi Island Resort for CEO Amitesh Deo
Savasi Island Resort in Savusavu with the inset image of Amitesh Dea, Chief Executive Officer of Waste Recyclers Fiji Limited.

Amitesh Deo believes that Fiji is so much more than just beaches and resorts.

Mr De0 is the Chief Executive Officer of Waste Recyclers Fiji Limited.

He said Fijians need to take pride and take the responsibility of disposing rubbish accordingly to protect the environment and also from the spread of diseases.

 

“People need to have their civic pride in place to take ownership of recycling programmes for the upkeep and beautification of the
environment,” Mr Deo said.

A pilot programme in the terms of building awareness has started at Jai Narayan College and hope to spread to other schools.

 

 

Below is an excerpt interview with Mr Dea.

Monuriki Island in the Mamanuca group.

Monuriki Island in the Mamanuca group.

How many places have you visited around Fiji?
I have been to a lot of places around Fiji.

 

Savasi Island villas, Savusavu.

Savasi Island villas, Savusavu.

What is the one place in Fiji you would take visitors to, and why?
Anywhere in Fiji, as long it is Fiji.

I think Fiji is so much more than just beaches and resorts.

As a Fijian, it is hard for me to say one place in Fiji is better than another.

However, Savasi Island Resort is an ideal place that I like to visit because it allows me to reset and write.

 

Mana Coffee

Mana Coffee

What is your favourite place for coffee/pie, and why?
Mana Coffee.

But I am more of a green tea than coffee person.

 

What is your favourite backyard spot, and why?
Reading.

I love reading and would like to be at a quiet place and enjoy a good read.

 

Levuka Town on March 25, 2022. Photo: Ranoba Baoa

Levuka Town on March 25, 2022. Photo: Ranoba Baoa

What is one place in Fiji that remains on your bucket list, and why?
Definetly Levuka.

I think if you’re born in Fiji, you must visit Levuka because of the historic link to Fiji in general.

 

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