Simple but crucial step towards a greener Klang

Keng checking the bags of mixed items collected from households at the KPT Recycle yard in Petaling Jaya. The company will work with MPK on the pilot project. — Photos by SHAARI CHEMAT/The Star

OFTEN, we toss out unwanted items without a second thought even though the things we consider trash can be recycled and given new life most of the time.

Klang Municipal Council’s (MPK) Environmental Services Department director Zaireezal Ahmad Zainuddin said municipal solid waste management was a challenging environmental issue due to extensive use of packaging that would end up in landfills.

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