DBKL’s Eco Bazaar Campaign gets positive support from traders


(From left) Dr Noor Akma, Fahmi and Ibrahim pouring used cooking oil into a big container to mark the launch of Eco Bazaar Campaign 2019.

KUALA Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) Eco Bazaar Campaign 2019 at the Jalan Telawi Ramadan Bazaar encourages traders to curb food waste pollution in order to ensure a better environment.

The 93 traders were asked to dispose of their used cooking oil correctly by collecting the oil in 25litre containers and selling it to Alam Flora at RM1.10 per kilogramme.

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