Jelapang ADUN wants to make the cleanliness practice of the residents Taman Pertama an example

By Zaki Salleh

IPOH: A total of 2,684 trash bins for homes and business establishments will be handed over to their respective owners by the Ipoh City Council (MBI).

From that total, 2,562 trash bins sized at 120 liters are for domestic use, while the rest are 240 liters and 660 liters for business premises.

Jelapang State Assemblyman, Cheah Pou Hian, said that up to now, MBI has distributed a total of 84,547 trash bins to the residents of Ipoh city.

He mentioned that this would assist MBI in creating a clean and healthy environment, aligning with the government’s objectives.

“After the distribution of these trash bins, I will continue to monitor and initiate programs to make the Taman Pertama area a model zone.

“Four closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras will also be installed to address the issue of illegal dumping in this area,” he said.

He made these comments while overseeing a program promoting the use of trash bins at Taman Permata here.

The Mayor, Datuk Rumaizi Baharin, was also present.

Pou Hian further clarified that he hopes this program will instill a shared responsibility for cleanliness.

Moreover, through this program, the residents of Ipoh can cultivate cleanliness practices as a culture, starting from their homes.

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