WE LIVE in USJ, Subang Jaya and are blessed in many ways due to the abundance of nice parks, good residents committees and a clean environment.
Our concern is the USJ 9 recycling centre which won an award for best managed recycling centre in Malaysia in 2017 but is being taken over by a non-governmental organisation.
The existing caretaker has been doing a good job and residents can attest to this.
We wonder what was the selection criteria by Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ).
Why was the residents association of USJ 9 and related committees not consulted before such a major decision was taken?
Are we in an era of autocratic decision-making or engagement and collaboration?
The recycling business in areas like Subang Jaya is huge.
MBSJ should start new ones like in USJ 11 instead of replacing a committed caretaker.
Common sense must prevail.
FRIENDS OF USJ
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