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BUSINESS owners in Chow Kit, Jalan Petaling and Medan Tuanku in Kuala Lumpur --- the focal points for charitable activities --- say that Good Samaritans are doing more harm than good when feeding the city’s homeless.
Our taps, that is. Already stressed out by the pandemic, who can blame people for being very short-fused when pollution keeps disrupting our water supply?
Producers of single-use packaging should share in environmental responsibility, says environmentalist
KOTA KINABALU: Producers of mineral water and single-use packaging, especially polystyrene food boxes, should share the responsibility of clearing up pollution that they have potentially created, says environmentalist Anton Ngui.
OUT-of-state staycations and “balik kampung” trips are not an option for those affected by the latest water cut following the shutdown of the Phase 1, 2, 3 and Rantau Panjang water treatment plants yesterday.
WATER is the essence of life.
From PROF DATUK DR AHMAD IBRAHIM Fellow, Academy of Sciences Malaysia.
Stakeholders must ensure discharged effluents do not pollute water sources, says Environment Ministry
PETALING JAYA: Frequent shutdown of water treatment plant is inevitable if effluent from factories, cattle farms and commercial premises contain high level of pollutants, according to the Environment and Water Ministry.
BUKIT MERTAJAM: A dead cow is sprawled on the road just off Jalan Gajah Mati in Machang Bubok here.