Selangor Journal

Flood and rubbish issues under control in Kota Alam Shah

KLANG, JUL 10: Almost 80 percent of the garbage issues in Kota Alam Shah is successfully resolved since Hebat Abadi Sdn Bhd (HASB) has been managing the solid waste in the area.
Kota Alam Shah Assemblyman, Ganabatirau Veraman is happy with the positive outcome in that matter.
“Within the last two years, I see that we have managed to improve many things relating to solid waste management. Nevertheless, there are still many improvements we expect to make in enhancing the management and system efficiency.
“I don’t dare to say that we are totally succesful but we are working towards it,” he said when met at the DUN Kota Alam Shah Open House yesterday.
Veraman who is also the Poverty, Caring Government and Plantation Workers Exco said, his constituency is also not spared from flood issues which often hit four main areas in Taman Malawis, Taman Chi Leong, Taman Southern Park and Taman Bayu Perdana.
According to him, efforts are underway and he hopes the agencies involved such as the Selangor State Department of Irrigation and Drainage can act quickly to ensure comfort for the people.
“We are reducing the flood with the help from Klang Municipal Council (MPK) and government agency. There are several projects yet to be carried out and I am still hopeful that it can be speeded up,” he said.
Besides that, he also admitted that his area also faces the problem of traffic congestion more so with the building of the Klang Third Bridge which will also involve Kota Alam Shah area.
Nevertheless, he is relief that the Smart Selangor Bus service is running efficiently and is always full, directly helping to reduce traffic congestion to a certain extent.

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