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Plastic waste disposal firms deny tech will worsen pollution
IPOH, July 30 — Plastic waste disposal companies whose technologies are being considered by Putrajaya have rejected Sahabat Alam Malaysia’s (SAM) claims that these will contribute to pollution.
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Incineration not the way to deal with plastic waste, environmental NGO tells government
IPOH, July 19 — The government needs to study various options to deal with the plastic waste problem as burning waste in any form has adverse effects, says Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) president Meen...
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Illegal plastic factories, landfills to go in six months to one year - Zuraida
IPOH (July 17): The Ministry of Housing and Local Government aims to shut down illegal plastic factories and landfills in the country at the earliest, within six months, said its minister Zuraida Ka...
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Illegal plastic factories, landfills to go in six months to one year: Zuraida
IPOH: The Ministry of Housing and Local Government aims to shut down illegal plastic factories and landfills in the country at the earliest, within six months, said its minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.
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Illegal plastic factories, landfills to go in six months to one year - Zuraida
The Ministry of Housing and Local Government aims to shut down illegal plastic factories and landfills in the country at the earliest, within six months, said its minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.
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Illegal plastic factories, landfills to go in six months to one year – Zuraida
Zuraida Kamaruddin – Bernama file photo IPOH: The Ministry of Housing and Local Government aims to shut down illegal plastic factories and landfills in the country at the earliest, within six month...
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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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Not up to us to check source of plastic waste, says Perak DoE
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.
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Plastic waste brought into Perak not hazardous, says DoE
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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Plastic waste brought to Perak not hazardous: DOE
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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No pile of plastic trash found in Ipoh forest
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.
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Perak Environment Dept says unsure about origins of recyclers’ plastic waste cited in BBC report
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...
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Not within our jurisdiction to ascertain plastic waste origin, says Perak Environment Dept
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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No pile of plastic trash found in Ipoh forest
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.
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DoE rubbishes UK report of plastic waste dumped in Ipoh forest
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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No pile of trash found in Ipoh forest
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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No pile of trash found in Ipoh jungles, says DOE
IPOH (Bernama): There is no unmanaged plastic waste dump in the jungles here as claimed by British media, says the Department of Environment (DOE).
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DOE denies BBC report about UK plastic waste dump in Perak
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.
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