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Putrajaya Corporation (PPj) president Datuk Dr Aminuddin Hassim says the local authority aims to position the Federal Territory as an ecotourism destination.
SHOPPING centres are proactively tackling the sanitary matter in the face of the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.
ILLEGAL dumping of industrial waste has been fought hard but local councils in Selangor still have not been able to stop it.
JAKARTA: Indonesian cafe worker Rudi Hartono struggled to persuade residents of his small coastal community of Parepare in southwest Sulawesi to follow his example and pick up rubbish strewn on the streets and beaches – until he dressed up as Spider-Man.
KLANG: The government hopes that at least 50% of construction projects above RM100,000 will receive the Works Ministry's sustainable infrastructure rating tool (Sustainable Infrastar) certification by the end of 2020.
PAREPARE, Indonesia (Reuters) - Indonesian cafe worker Rudi Hartono struggled to persuade residents of his small coastal community of Parepare to follow his example and pick up rubbish strewn on the streets and beaches -- until he dressed up as Spider-Man.
WHAT will the next 10 years look like in terms of waste management in Malaysia?
IT TOOK Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) several hours to demolish the illegal extensions of 12 shops in Jalan Thambipillay, Brickfields.
THE Thaipusam celebration at Batu Caves this year will feature an environment-friendly waste management method, which has an advanced, scaled down pyrolysis unit that will turn rubbish into ash without emitting smoke or odour.
AS KUALA Lumpur endeavours to project a First World city identity, the commercial and industrial area of Taman Usahawan Kepong in the federal capital paints a different picture.