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Western Europe on swine fever alert as Belgium sees wild boar cases

BRUSSELS/PARIS (Reuters) - Belgium has confirmed an outbreak of African swine fever, marking a further spread of the disease that has hit farms in Eastern Europe and China and which could now threaten Western Europe's large pig industry.

Poor state of affairs in affluent area

IT MAY be an upmarket area but the commercial centre of Desa Sri Hartamas is in a filthy state.

Improper waste disposal, including uncovered rubbish bins, have worsened the rodent problem in the Desa Sri Hartamas commercial centre.

Poor state of affairs in affluent area

IT MAY be an upmarket area but the commercial centre of Desa Sri Hartamas is in a filthy state.

Improper waste disposal, including uncovered rubbish bins, have worsened the rodent problem in the Desa Sri Hartamas commercial centre.

Green ways to manage waste

ONE of the biggest challenges in major cities of developing countries is waste management.

‘We are looking towards sustainable solid waste management,’ says Zuraida.

DBKL fears checks on hillslope buildings may backfire

KUALA LUMPUR: City Hall fears the proposed amendments to the law to allow local authorities to conduct scheduled checks on buildings at hillslopes for early detection of underground movement will backfire.

Food in school canteen under watch

BEIJING: Beijing is strictly scrutinising school canteens, food vendors and restaurants close to schools to secure a safer environment for students and teachers in the autumn semester, according to the city’s food and drug authority.

Changes to law will allow checks on hillslope buildings

PUTRAJAYA: Laws will be amended to allow local authorities to conduct scheduled checks on buildings at hillslopes for early detection of underground movements.

Turning up the heat on curry throwers

FOUR nasi kandar restaurants in Penang have been caught disposing of curry and other waste into the drain.

Stagnant river of rubbish

RESIDENTS of Laman Residen, off Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur, want a permanent solution to the rubbish-filled Sungai Jinjang tributary at the back of their neighbourhood that is emitting a stench which is getting on their nerves.

Yap (in checked shirt) and several other Laman Residen residents looking out to the stagnant river behind the neighbourhood. — Photos: SIA HONG KIAU/ The Star

Waste-to-energy plant in Kepong – yes or no?

WHEN the incinerator project in Taman Beringin in Kepong was first mooted, residents there were understandably not pleased.

We need to find a more eco-friendly and energy-efficient solution to our growing waste problem. — filepic

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