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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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IPOH: It is not within the Perak Environment Department’s jurisdiction to ascertain where companies source for plastic waste which is then sent to a recycling firm here, says state director Norazizi Adinan.
Free Malaysia Today:
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IPOH: The Perak Department of Environment (DOE) has given an assurance that the plastic waste brought into the state for recycling as alternative fuel is safe.
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IPOH: The Perak Department of Environment (DOE) has given its assurance that the plastic waste brought into the state for recycling as alternative fuel is safe.
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IPOH (May 28): There is no unmanaged waste dump of plastic waste in the jungles in Ipoh as claimed by British media, said Department of Environment director  Norazizi Adinan.
Malay Mail:
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IPOH, May 28 — The Perak Department of Environment (DoE) said today it could not ascertain where a recycling company obtained its waste from, amid a report claiming imported waste from the UK was du...
The Star:
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IPOH: It is not within the jurisdiction of the Perak Environment Department to ascertain where companies source for plastic waste, which is then sent to a recycling company here.
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IPOH (May 27): There is no unmanaged waste dump of plastic waste in the jungles in Ipoh as claimed by British media, said Department of Environment director  Norazizi Adinan.
Free Malaysia Today:
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IPOH: The Perak Environment Department has denied a British news report of an unmanaged dump of plastic waste in the jungles in Ipoh.
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IPOH: There is no unmanaged plastic waste dump of plastic waste in the jungles in Ipoh as claimed by British media, says Department of Environment director Norazizi Adinan.
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IPOH (Bernama): There is no unmanaged plastic waste dump in the jungles here as claimed by British media, says the Department of Environment (DOE).
Malay Mail:
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IPOH, May 27 — The Perak Department of Environment (DOE) today denied a BBC report that alleged plastic waste from the UK, marked for recycling, was imported for dumping in the state.