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PETALING JAYA: Only about 3,000 units of the millions of mobile e-waste have been properly disposed of through the recycling campaign run by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) since its inception in late 2013 – a very low participation from the public.
PETALING JAYA: Over 90% of the materials used in mobile devices and accessories can be recovered through proper recycling.
EXCLUSIVE: At 66 million, there are twice as many mobile phones in Malaysia than people and these gadgets, which usually have a two-year life span, are not properly being disposed of. Such e-waste usually contain precious metals like gold, copper and silver that can be reused. But Malaysians are not recycling – because they expect payment for their e-waste.
WALKING the talk is key to making any good cause a successful one, and Sunway Property’s Discovery Walk 2.0 strived to do exactly that.
PETALING JAYA: Yasmin Rasyid, a 40-year-old mother of two, can teach her fellow Malaysians a thing or two about managing food waste in the household.
EcoKnights founder pushes forward to bring the message of sustainable living to the masses.