KL folk urged to reduce food waste


EVERY day, Malaysians dispose of some 4,000 tonnes of edible food, which is enough to feed about three million people three meals each.

According to Solid Waste Management and Public Cleansing Corporation (SWCorp), in Kuala Lumpur alone, some 40% of the 2,400 tonnes of waste that end up in landfills daily consist of food waste.

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