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  • Sunday, 02 Nov 2014

Dual purpose: Universiti Putra Malaysias Recycle-to-Cycle programme is encouraging more students and staff members to cycle and recycle. - LIM CHIA YING/The Star

Students and staff of Universiti Putra Malaysia are cycling – and recycling – more these days thanks to the Recycle-to-Cycle green programme.

AT Universiti Putra Malaysia in Serdang, Selangor, it is not unusual to see staff members and students cycling around the campus. Some no longer rely on shuttle buses for transportation but on their two-wheelers.

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