SWCorp: Hundreds of banners, bunting end up in landfills and rivers

Mohd Zahir says recyclables should not end up in landfills.

IT takes only a few minutes to put up a banner or bunting on a lamp post, and the owner will probably rake in millions from the event, product or service advertised.

Removing the advertisements, however, will incur the local authority a high cost in terms of manpower and logistics, including overtime.

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