Selangor Journal

PJ residents receive 75,000 free rubbish bins

SHAH ALAM, JAN 15: As many as 75,000 orange plastic rubbish bins will be distributed to residents within the jurisdiction of the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) under the free bin programme this year.
MBPJ Waste Management Department Director Lee Lih Shyan said the free rubbish bin programme is estimated to cost RM7 million.
“The 120-litre rubbish bin will only be distributed to landed property owners with Kampung Cempaka New Village being the first area to receive 400 rubbish bins.
“This effort is to maintain the cleanliness in MBPJ areas,” he said in a statement.
Residents who receive the free bins need to bring a copy of the assessment tax and also IC that has the appropriate address.
Each residence will receive one rubbish bin.

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