Clues to unravelling the mystery of a baby’s body found in an Auckland recycling facility could lie in the camera footage and IT systems connected to the recycling trucks, Newsroom reports. Three companies are contracted by Auckland Council to service the super city’s kerbside recycling scheme, and all deliver their loads to the Onehunga facility for sorting. A privacy statement uploaded by one of the three companies, EnviroWaste, says the video footage is collected and stored for health and safety reasons, route coordination, for driver training and in situations where they may need to assist police with investigations.
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