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SHAH ALAM: The money saved from reducing the number of households receiving free water can be channelled into repairing pipes and improving facilities at water treatment plants.
MORE people are becoming aware of the link between single-use plastics and the damage the materials are causing to the environment.
Traders and consumers alike are relieved that the Perak government is holding off the move to ban the use of polystyrene containers and plastic bags on June 1, saying that the people are not yet ready for such a move.
WITH the ban on plastic bags in the Federal Territories and Selangor having taken effect from Jan 1, consumer groups and experts are asking what happens to the money gained from the sale of plastic bags that were once given free to consumers.
STARTING next month, Kuala Lumpur City Hall will be embarking on a blitz to nab licensed businesses in the Federal Territories that fail to use biodegradable packaging to serve and pack food.
THE Ipoh City Council will start the ball rolling by asking its staff to bring their own food and drink containers for take-away purposes.