No need to replace effective recycling management in Subang Jaya

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.


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