Air Hitam park is nation’s first repurposed landfill

Zamri says closed landfills cannot be used for other developments including housing projects as it requires different methods of treatment, so the park idea is ideal.

OLD landfills that have reached their maximum capacity are often treated as dead zones, unfit for human occupation or activities due to the gas produced from decomposing waste.

However, Worldwide Holdings Bhd has come to the rescue.

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