Five projects worth RM10mil set for Labuan this year

Fary says the cell sanitary landfill is the new project this year.

Five development projects costing RM9.63mil will be carried out on duty-free Labuan island this year, says Labuan Corporation chief executive officer Dr Fary Akmal Osman.

She said the allocation under the 12th Malaysia Plan from Federal Territories Ministry included the continuation of four projects, namely Labuan Smart City Phase 1, upgrading works on Labuan Square public recreational area and infrastructure, Labuan Corporation staff headquarters and Patau-Patau 1 Community Hall with a total cost of RM7.63mil.“The new project this year is the new cell sanitary landfill and upgrading works on the leachate treatment plant worth RM2mil.

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