Green effort gone to waste?

Once in a blue moon: A resident walking past a recycling bin that rarely sees recyclables. It has instead turned into a rubbish bin in Kuala Lumpur. — YAP CHEE HONG/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Environmental groups want the relevant authorities to explain what has happened to the enforcement of the mandatory separation of waste at source policy.

Johor Green Earth Society president P. Sivakumar expressed concern over the development, saying that there are many who are still in the dark while the authorities do not follow through on the policy.

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