When the right to efficient rubbish collection is denied

Rubbish strewn along Jalan 12 in Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong, despite designated rubbish bins by the Selayang Municipal Council placed just metres away.

Onus on local councils to ensure residents not forced to dispose of domestic waste in bins designated for traders

THERE seems to be no end to the chronic problem of indiscriminate rubbish dumping in Malaysia.

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