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Right attitude can save our rivers

TODAY is World Rivers Day. Most of us probably aren’t even aware of this. A celebration of the world’s waterways, it highlights the many values of rivers, strives to increase public awareness and encourage good stewardship of rivers.

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Fishing out rubbish from city’s rivers a costly task

USING a simple makeshift scooper fashioned from an old stand-fan, Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) workers removed close to 100kg of rubbish from one small section of Sungai Gombak in Sentul.


A 'water journey' shows just how much plastic is in our water sources

30 volunteers designated “Water Heroes” embarked on an eye-opening journey to discover where our water actually comes from, and discover a scary amount of plastic.

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Forging partnerships to save rivers and lakes

TEN community groups from Phase 5 of the River of Life Public Outreach Programme (RoLPOP5) attended a community networking event to adopt and save rivers and lakes in their neighbourhoods from domestic pollution.


River of Life project faces tons of human garbage, sewage every year

River of Life is a laudable project, but one of it's biggest challenges is changing the behaviour of Malaysians who treat rivers like dumping grounds.


Residents urged to maintain drains to keep rivers clean

DESLUDGE your septic tank every two years, connect your tank to a public sewerage pipe and do not forget to pay your Indah Water Konsortium bill.


Planting the seeds for a greener future

AFTER collecting more than 5,000 seed balls handmade by the public who joined the recent “Go Nature, Go Spritzer” mall roadshow, Spritzer brought together Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) and local celebrities to plant them at the Taman Keramat flats in Kuala Lumpur.


Top 10 ways to save our rivers

TO MARK World Rivers Day tomorrow, StarMetro gives attention to our waterways to remind us of their importance as well as the many threats confronting them. It is easy to forget how important the rivers are to us as we get caught up with our everyday life.


First education centre to focus on the care of rivers

THE Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) launched the Sg Bunus Education Centre in Kampung Baru which is the first education centre in the capital dedicated to the care of rivers.


Sungai Bunus suffocates from huge amount of garbage and industrial effluents

SUNGAI Bunus in Kuala Lumpur flows past Kampung Baru, Jalan Semarak, and parts of Setapak.