JALAN BK 1/10 in the industrial area of Bandar Kinrara has been getting secret visits at night for the past two weeks.
The road, hidden by tall trees, leads to a dead end where factories stand, and runs along a shallow river.
These visitors leave behind industrial and domestic bulk waste, not only on both sides of the road but rubbish has even accumulated on the cliff of the road facing the river.
On the left of the road is a pile of sand with large chunks of gravel, plastic bottles and even paper plates.
On the right you will see a dirty old teddy bear, charred canisters, cardboards, bags of rubbish and laying on the cliff is even a sofa, buckets and a mattress.
Residents’ Representative Committee (JPP) Zone 14 chairman Lawrence Chiew, who received complaints from factory owners, said he was worried about rubbish falling into the river (pic below) and accumulating.