Floodwaters wash up littering habit

Gross apathy: Tonnes of waste, mostly plastics, ended up at the Batu flood retention pond after the flash floods in Kuala Lumpur last Thursday. — SAMUEL ONG/The Star

IT IS five days since Kuala Lumpur was inundated by floodwaters and is still reeling from the aftermath.

Waste contractors, who have the unenviable task of cleaning up the capital city, told StarMetro that work was “no where near over.”

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