PPR Pekan Kepong residents use their skills to repurpose materials

Nor Hilmi and a volunteer using polybags made from old banners to plant vegetables.

A RECYCLING workshop set up at the Pekan Kepong People’s Housing Project (PPR) in Kuala Lumpur was a hive of activity.

Members and volunteers of non-governmental organisation Persatuan Socio Ekonomi & Alam Sekitar (Perseas) were busy sewing items using recycled banners and bunting.

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