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A stern warning has been given to the management committees of flats, apartments, condominiums, gated communities, commercial buildings, shopping complexes, service apartments, industrial parks and town houses as well as residents' associations to clear rubbish in areas under their jurisdiction.
THE no plastic bag campaign every Saturday is fast gaining popularity in Kuala Lumpur and Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is hoping to get more KL-ites to embrace the green culture by creating awareness on the positive impact of recycling.
Jalan Segambut will be brightened up with more streetlights after residents complained of rising crime in the area.
RESIDENTS at high-rises have been given a reprieve by Solid Waste Management and Public Cleansing Corporation (SWCorp) in compulsory waste separation.
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.