Selangor Journal

MBSA distributed over 4,000 mobile garbage bins

SHAH ALAM, JUL 19: A total of 4,633 120-litre mobile garbage bins (MGB) were distributed to residents in Seksyen U5 recently.
The Head of Corporate and Public Relations, Shahrin Ahmad said, it is a part of Shah Alam City Council’s (MBSA) continuous effort to give awareness on the importance of properly managing domestic waste.
He said, the distribution was done in stages in each residential area and was coordinated by the Residents Representative Council (MPP).
“The bins are provided to facilitate domestic waste collection and prevent nuisance to the environment in the event the waste are not disposed or collected in inappropriate locations.
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“MBSA is committed to educate the community and instill in them the importance to preserve the environment,” he said in a statement.
Shahrin said, the programme is also a platform for MBSA to rate of recycling habit among the Shah Alam population.
“We hope that this effort can push Shah Alam towards its goal of becoming a Zero-Waste City and Low-Carbon City by 2030,” he said.
This year, MBSA distributed 99,675 MGB120L garbage bins, 495 MGB660L bins and 43 ‘leach bins’ in its area.

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