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Topic: Jenjarom

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S'gor Economic Action Council to decide on Jenjarom battery factory's fate soon
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...
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Selangor Economic Action Council to decide on Jenjarom battery factory’s fate soon
KLANG, Sept 7 — The Selangor Economic Action Council (MTES) meeting will decide whether to close or relocate a battery factory which has allegedly contributed to lead pollution in Jenjarom.
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Decision on Jenjarom battery factory to be finalised by month’s end
SHAH ALAM: The state government will decide whether to allow the battery manufacturing plant in Jenjarom, Kuala Langat near here, to continue to operate or have it relocated, by the end of this month.
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Fate of Jenjarom battery plant to be known by end of August
PETALING JAYA: The state government says a decision on whether to maintain or relocate a lead-acid battery manufacturing plant in Jenjarom will be made by the end of this month.
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Home invaders seen in viral video on crime spree
PETALING JAYA: A group of masked robbers who struck a house in Bandar Saujana Putra, Jenjarom on Tuesday night are believed to be behind a number of similar cases that occurred in the Klang Valley ove...
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Greenpeace: Rubbish burned at Pulau Indah may have come from Jenjarom landfills
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.
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This should really be our last straw
DESPITE the pleas, the warnings, the threats over the years, nothing really worked until China suddenly decided it wasn’t taking any more crap from the West.
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Cops nab paint splashers who threatened environmentalist
PETALING JAYA: Four gang members with past criminal records were arrested today by federal police on suspicion of threatening an enviromental activist in Banting on Wednesday.
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Four arrested for splashing red paint on environmental activist's home
PETALING JAYA: Four thugs have been arrested for splashing red paint at the house of environmental activist Pua Ley Peng recently.
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Environmental activist's house splashed with red paint
BANTING: Environmental activist Pua Lay Peng is concerned about her family's safety after her house was splashed with red paint on Wednesday (June 26).
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Mountain of trash believed covered up
KUALA LANGAT: The mountain of garbage, mostly made-up of plastics at the infamous Jenjarom landfill near here, appears to have been cleared.
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Scrutiny at ports for illegal plastics
KUALA LUMPUR: More stringent checks will be carried out on containers at all the ports to ensure no prohibited plastic waste enters the country.
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Stricter checks at ports for plastic waste
KUALA LUMPUR: More stringent checks will be carried out on containers at all the ports to ensure that no prohibited plastic waste enters the country.
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Stricter checks at ports for plastic waste
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): More stringent checks will be carried out on containers at all ports to ensure that no prohibited plastic waste enters the country.
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Customs to crack down on illegal plastic waste entry at ports
More stringent checks will be carried out on containers at all ports to ensure that no prohibited plastic waste enters the country.
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Tighter checks for plastic waste at all ports
PETALING JAYA: Tighter checks will be carried out on containers across all ports to ensure that no banned plastic waste enters the country.
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Crude recycling methods bad for health and environment
KUALA LANGAT: Much of the e-waste in Malaysia has ended up in the hands of scrap collectors and scavengers who have no qualms about burning cables and wires to get to the metal within, although this method is bad for health and the environment.
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MCA: Reveal plans on how to deal with imported plastic waste
PETALING JAYA: MCA has urged the government to give clear and definite answers on its plans to deal with imported plastic garbage sent to the country.
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UK daily reports on plastic dump site near Ipoh
KUALA LUMPUR (May 27): A plastic dump site with “20ft-high mounds of plastic waste” near Ipoh is being highlighted by UK paper/website Daily Mail Online.
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A blissful Wesak Day celebration
KUALA LUMPUR: On Wesak Day, Buddhists began to visit temples nationwide early in the morning to carry out religious rituals and pay tribute to Siddharta Gautama, the founder of the religion.
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Court fines two Selangor factories RM120,000 for illegal plastic recycling
KUALA LUMPUR, May 17 — Two plastic waste recycling factories in Selangor were today fined separately in amounts totalling RM120,000 for having carried out unauthorised recycling activities.
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Global recycling in chaos over China ban
JENJAROM: From grubby packaging engulfing small South-East Asian communities to waste piling up in plants from the United States to Australia, China’s ban on accepting the world’s used plastic has plunged global recycling into turmoil.
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Smugglers pay a lot to dump plastic waste
PETALING JAYA: Tonnes of plastic waste from overseas are quickly ferried to secluded areas where the trash is burnt in makeshift illegal factories, and this is big business, claimed pro-green activist Pua Lay Pheng.
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Battery factory will be ordered to shift if responsible for pollution
SHAH ALAM: A battery factory in Jenjarom, Kuala Langat near here, will be ordered to shift its operations to a more suitable location if it is found to be discharging hazardous waste that has polluted...
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Battery factory in Jenjarom ceases operations pending investigations
PETALING JAYA: A battery manufacturing plant in Jenjarom, Kuala Langat, has been ordered to cease operations pending investigations into allegations of acid and lead pollution.
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Shut down Jenjarom plant, Wee says to ‘no-angel’ PH
PETALING JAYA: Pakatan Harapan (PH) is no environmental champion, but has instead betrayed the rakyat, MCA president Wee Ka Siong said today.
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Probe into Jenjarom battery plant to take 2 weeks
BANTING: The state government is expected to take two weeks to investigate the Jenjarom lead-acid battery manufacturing plant alleged to be causing pollution.
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139 plastic plants closed
SEREMBAN (Feb 26): A total of 139 illegal plastic waste recycling factories, which violated the Environmental Quality Act 1974, have been closed from January to-date.
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Premises of 33 plastic recycling factories sealed last year, says MDKL
SHAH ALAM, Feb 19 — The Kuala Langat District Council (MDKL) sealed the premises of 33 plastic recycling factories which were reported to be operating without licences in the Kuala Langat Distri...
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More needs to be done to combat plastic waste: NGO
PETALING JAYA: Half-measures such as making importers pay additional fees are not enough to address the problem of plastic waste in Malaysia.
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‘The world's rubbish bin’ – 17mil kg of rubbish in Jenjarom, reports BBC
PETALING JAYA: “Malaysia has become the world's rubbish bin” – this was a powerful statement made by Greenpeace Malaysia in 2018, when it was reported that the country had taken in 754,000 tonnes of plastic waste from over 19 countries that year.
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The small town with a dirty secret
Malaysia has become one of the world's biggest plastic importers, taking in rubbish the rest of the world doesn't want.
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Go with the special glow at Jenjarom this year
KUALA LANGAT: Despite its somewhat sleepy town status, Jenjarom new village glows every Chinese New Year with beautiful multi-coloured lights and lanterns.
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