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SERDANG: Eating fresh, clean vegetables and herbs coming straight from a plant factory might soon be the norm.
PUTRAJAYA: Starting June, plastic waste importers must pay RM20 for every tonne of scrap brought into the country for recycling in a move by the government to regulate the recycling industry and curb plastic pollution.
DESPITE the Covid-19 pandemic that has plagued Malaysia’s industries for a full year, the timber industry registered encouraging export figures of RM22.02bil to rank third after palm oil and rubber in the primary sector, declining just 2% from 2019’s RM22.50bil.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has won praises from the British High Commissioner here for taking various steps in the past two years to develop the Commonwealth’s goals of Fairness, Prosperity, Sustainability and Security.
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry is carrying out the procurement of “low dead-volume” syringes needed to administer the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine injections with local and foreign companies, says Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Health Ministry is carrying out the procurement of "low dead-volume" syringes, needed to administer the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine injections, with local and foreign companies, says Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba.
THE issue of raw material shortage is a major trouble facing the timber industry, but industry players are working hand-in-hand with the government to address the situation - a vital step forward, as plywood products were the second largest contributor (RM3.4bil) to Malaysia’s RM22.5bil wood-based products export in 2019.
WITH Malaysia’s rich biodiversity and natural resources, it’s only natural that the discussions revolving around sustainability and sustainable living involve the policy of zero waste, including the creation of a circular economy with biomass.
KOTA KINABALU: Despite the government relaxing the rules to allow more businesses to operate during the ongoing conditional movement control order (MCO), business owners claim customers have not returned.
KOTA KINABALU: Despite the government relaxing the rules to allow more businesses to operate during the ongoing conditional movement control order (MCO), business owners here say that this has not helped in ensuring customers return.