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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is negotiating with countries sending their plastic waste to the Southeast Asian nation to take back the trash and is waiving storage fees to clear hundreds of containers of scrap stranded at ports across the country for months, officials say
SELANGOR’S population of almost 6.3 million people – the largest in the country – generates more than 7,000 tonnes of solid waste a day.
PETALING JAYA: It’s good news for the folks in Jenjarom, Kuala Langat, as a battery plant said to be responsible for lead pollution there has been ordered to relocate to a heavy industrial area.
KLANG: Residents in Jenjarom want authorities to weed out factories and backyard recycling operations that are emitting toxic smoke from illegal burning in the district.
KLANG (Bernama): The Selangor Economic Action Council (MTES) will decide whether to close or relocate a battery factory that has allegedly contributed to lead pollution in Jenjarom.
More and more seafood is consuming micro plastic, and that plastic travels up the food chain and is ending up inside human guts.
RESIDENTS of Kampong Sungai Jarom, Kuala Langat, organised a peaceful against the presence of a lead acid battery manufacturing plant near their village.
SHAH ALAM: The rubbish burnt in small piles at Pulau Indah may have come from illegal landfills in Jenjarom, says Greenpeace Malaysia campaigner Heng Kiah Chun.
If not, it will be death by plastic pollution for the whole world.
PETALING JAYA: Four thugs have been arrested for splashing red paint at the house of environmental activist Pua Ley Peng recently.