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By Selangor Journal Staff
PETALING JAYA: A total of 24 illegal plants that recycles plastic waste from abroad was shut down in three months, said Selangor Exco Ng Sze Han.
He said stern actions of three integrated operations was taken against the plants, located in Jenjarom, Kuala Langat, reported online portal FreeMalaysiaToday.
The Selangor State Local Government, Public Transport and New Village Development Committee chairman said this was following numerous complaints made by the public.
Ng said there’s two main reason why Jenjarom was chosen as the primary location to recycle plastic waste imported from other countries.
“Firstly, it is close to Port Klang. Secondly, most of the areas there are under agricultural status.
“The rent of agricultural lands are cheap and they can hide within the palm oil plantations where no one can see them,” he said.
Previously, New Zealand radio station and news portal RadioNZ reported that thousands of tonnes of plastic waste from the country was allegedly brought to Malaysia after China bans plastic waste imports.
The report stated that almost 40 illegal plants operating in Jenjarom was burning plastic waste and dumping contaminated water after its processed.
Ng questioned the need for advanced nations such as New Zealand to dump its waste on developing countries.
The Kinrara assemblyman said the issue doesn’t actually fall under Selangor’s jurisdiction, stating that it is actually an international affairs.
He urged the federal government, specifically the Foreign Ministry to step in, tighten the rules on plastic waste importers and voice the matter up to the United Nations.