'Recycling 'campaign 'moderately 'successful'


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  • Monday, 16 Jun 2003

PETALING JAYA: The Government's National Recycling Campaign has been described as “moderately successful” at this stage and needs to be pursued with vigour and tenacity to ensure its ultimate success, Deputy Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Chin Fah Kui said. 

“So far, the campaign can be termed as moderately successful in terms of generating interest and participation of the general public,” he said in his speech at the Malaysian Plastics Manufacturers Association's (MPMA) 36th anniversary dinner on Saturday. 

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