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KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has saved about RM25,000 in a span of six months since the implementation of the organic waste processing programme at the Kuala Lumpur wholesale market.
CYBERJAYA: In 2013, the idyllic holiday island Pulau Pangkor was plagued by a rubbish problem and local boy Dr Tan Ching Seong knew that something needed to be done.
SELANGOR expects a mass disposal of electronic devices when the 5G wireless network is implemented in the country in a year or two.
PETALING JAYA: All industries, commercial organisations and institutions must separate their waste beginning next month or risk a fine, while those in the informal sector such as scavengers will be required to register with the National Solid Waste Management Department.
PETALING JAYA: All industries, commercial organisations and institutions must separate their waste at source beginning next month or risk a fine.
KUANTAN: Milo Malaysia Breakfast Day 2019 made its stop in Kuantan, drawing 9,000 participants.
Why do Malaysians persist in dumping waste willy-nilly? Does it all come down to dollars and a lack of sense? Legal landfills are filling up, so what do we do with it all – besides dumping it anywhere we want, heedlessly.
Shanghai: Nie Feng used to toss his rubbish outside his Shanghai flat without a thought while rushing to work, but saving China from a garbage crisis now requires him to consult a complex diagram each morning.