Joint effort to effectively dispose of e-waste in Selangor


(From left) MBSA councillor Papparaidu Veraman, Selangor DOE chief senior assistant director Rosli Mustaffa, Putrajaya DOE chief assistant director Fenny Nyuk Yin and Shukri at the launch of the Selangor E-waste Environmental Alliance programme.

ELECTRONIC waste (e-waste) can be detrimental to health if it is not disposed of properly because it contains toxic substances and dangerous metals.

When burnt or processed without proper control, such items can also release harmful pollutants.

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