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FOUR factories in the industrial area of Sungai Lalang was ordered to close until further notice, after the Semenyih Fire and Rescue Station found drums containing chemical toxic waste behind a steel frame factory.
Malaysia not only struggles with disposing of its own plastic rubbish safely but is also importing plastic wastes from other countries. What gives, wonders Human Writes columnist Mangai Balasegaram.
KLANG: A tube well will be built as part of the Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Ministry's efforts to combat the decade-long peat fire issue in Johan Setia here.
KLANG: The Department of Environment (DoE) aims to shut down 100 illegal plastic recycling factories by the end of March this year.
PUTRAJAYA: Only 19 out of 114 plastic waste AP holders pass the Housing and Local Government Ministry’s requirements to import plastic scraps into the country, says minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.
PUTRAJAYA: The government has never allowed the import of plastic trash into the country, said Zuraida Kamaruddin.
SUNGAI PETANI (Bernama): The Housing and Local Government Ministry has not approved any plastic waste approved permit (AP) since it was frozen in July last year.
SELANGOR assemblymen are unhappy that the state will not stop the import of recyclable plastics indefinitely despite the Federal Government’s pro-green efforts.
THE extension of the factory legalisation programme is the last chance for illegal factory operators in Selangor to apply to be legalised.