A New Year But The Same Old Habit of Littering
Norhayati Mat Said, Deputy Director of the Environment Division, Health & Environment Department, KL City Hall
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There seemed to be a lot more excitement heading into the new year this time around, especially as we were heading into a new decade. But the celebrations across Kuala Lumpur still resulted in an age-old problem: mounds of rubbish and damage left behind after the celebrations are over.
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