Jurisdiction review to solve waste disposal woes


Yee showing a makeshift barricade put up by an industrial lot owner to prevent illegal rubbish dumping.

AS KUALA Lumpur endeavours to project a First World city identity, the commercial and industrial area of Taman Usahawan Kepong in the federal capital paints a different picture.

Mounds of rubbish by the roadside and in the back alleys are a common sight, causing unbearable stench to permeate the air while also being an eyesore.

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