Face masks being disposed of indiscriminately


IPOH: For a city that is targeting to be the cleanest in Malaysia come 2023, Ipoh is now having to contend with discarded used face masks besides having to pick up other litter.

It is estimated that between 30 and 40 face masks are collected daily from household rubbish in the city, said state exco member Datuk Nolee Ashilin Mohd Radzi (pic).

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