Selangor Journal

MPAJ actively controlling rats

SHAH ALAM, FEB 14: Ampang Jaya Municipal Council continues to actively make the effort to control rats from breeding in commercial, food court and stall areas in its jurisdiction in an operation last January 22.
MPAJ Corporate Communications Officer, Norhayati Ahmad said they use the Racumin poison in the form of pallet which is placed at potential locations where rats might breed and where it passes such as waste dumping site, drains, holes in the ground and back-lanes of premises.
She said 85 reports have been received last year concerning this problem.
“After the poison is sprinkled, we shall review the area within seven to ten days to count the number of carcass found.
“Based on this method, we have so far cleaned up 463 rat carcasses,” he said in a statement.
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Norhayati said, among the locations where MPAJ conducted the operation were Melawati E Commercial Centre, Pandan Jaya UPEN LRT Stalls, Pandan Jaya Food Court, Anjung Melawati Food Court, Bazaar Melawati Food Court and UPEN Melawati J Food Stalls.
He said, MPAJ also hopes that all food premises are kept clean to prevent rats from breeding.
“MPAJ will also conduct inspection and enforcement action from time to time on food premises,” he said.

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