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CYBERJAYA: In 2013, the idyllic holiday island Pulau Pangkor was plagued by a rubbish problem and local boy Dr Tan Ching Seong knew that something needed to be done.

Frustrated by the mess resulting from the use of an incinerator to burn rubbish on the island, he developed a reward-based collection system to encourage the villagers to recycle.

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