Over RM25mil spent on cleaning rivers in three years


KUALA LUMPUR: More than RM25mil has been spent over the past three years to clean up polluted rivers in the country.

For Sungai Klang, the cleaning has to be done daily because of the large amount of garbage and rubbish dumped upstream. For most other rivers and tributaries, maintenance cleaning is done weekly or monthly.

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