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FOR years, residents of the Kempas area in Johor Baru were unaware of the illegal dumping of waste taking place behind their backyard.
Selangor government has been taken to task over its inability to resolve the water woes plaguing the state.
PETALING JAYA: The next phase of the Selangor government’s anti-river pollution operations will see authorities cracking down on illegal factories located along river reserves in Kajang.
SELAYANG Municipal Council (MPS) president Shamsul Shahril Badliza Mohd Noor has urged traders paying rental to individuals for premises built on government land or river reserves to report them to the police.
MANUFACTURERS and factory owners in Kuala Langat must appoint KDEB Waste Management (KDEBWM) to manage the disposal of their solid and bulk wastes in order to renew their business licences for 2021.
JOHOR BARU: Johor needs a blueprint to protect rivers in the state to ensure sustainability and prevent pollution.
KAMPUNG Chempaka in Petaling Jaya is undergoing its first phase of rejuvenation under the Urban Villages Rehabilitation Project – a collaboration with the Kampung Chempaka Village Community Management Council (MPKK) and Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ).
SELANGOR is bringing to book operators of illegally run factories and businesses on state land in an effort to address river pollution.
JOHOR BARU: Environment-based non-governmental organisations in the state have described Budget 2021 as falling short of expectations in terms of addressing river pollution.
UNLICENSED factories in Selangor have been given yet another extension, this time until Dec 31, to legalise their operations.