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Worldwide Holdings enters agreements with local authorities

PETALING JAYA: Worldwide Holdings Bhd has entered into a waste disposal agreement with five local authorities for the development of an integrated solid waste management centre (ISWMC).

The local authorities are Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam, Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya, Majlis Bandaraya Subang Jaya, Majlis Perbandaran Ampang Jaya and Majlis Perbandaran Kuala Selangor.

The virtual signing ceremony, held over a week ago, was witnessed by Selangor Chief Minister Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari.

The ISWMC will be developed adjacent to Worldwide Holdings’ Jeram Sanitary Landfill.

It will include a waste-to-energy plant, a material recovery facility, a material recovery facility for construction and demolition waste, anaerobic digester, a research and development centre and a composting plan

“With the signing of these agreements between Worldwide Holdings and local authorities, Selangor will become the owner of the largest solid waste management plant in Malaysia with the most advanced green technology.

“These agreements will also contribute to the efforts in meeting the commercial operation date target set by the Energy Commission, which is in the middle of 2024,” said Worldwide Holdings group chief executive officer Datin Paduka Norazlina Zakaria in a statement.

Source: https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2021/08/30/worldwide-holdings-enters-agreements-with-local-authorities

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Worldwide Holdings, lima PBT bangunkan ISWMC

SHAH ALAM – Worldwide Holdings Berhad (Worldwide Holdings) telah menandatangani perjanjian bersama lima pihak berkuasa tempatan (PBT) bagi melaksanakan pembangunan pusat pengurusan sisa pepejal bersepadu (ISWMC).

Lima PBT itu ialah Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam (MBSA), Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ), Majlis Bandaraya Subang Jaya (MBSJ), Majlis Perbandaran Ampang Jaya (MPAJ) dan Majlis Perbandaran Kuala Selangor (MPKS).

Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Kumpulan Worldwide Holdings Berhad, Datin Paduka Norazlina Zakaria berkata, melalui perjanjian tersebut, Selangor bakal memiliki loji pengurusan sisa pepejal berteknologi hijau yang terbesar dan moden di Malaysia.

Menurutnya, perjanjian itu juga akan menyumbang kepada usaha memastikan tarikh mula operasi komersial (COD) yang ditetapkan Suruhanjaya Tenaga dapat dipenuhi iaitu bermula pertengahan tahun 2024.

Beliau berkata, Worldwide Holdings berbesar hati dengan kepercayaan yang diberikan oleh kerajaan negeri untuk menerajui pembangunan ISWMC di Selangor.

“Kami berharap pembangunan projek ini dapat menyokong usaha merealisasikan aspirasi kerajaan negeri seperti agenda strategik Pemeliharaan Alam Sekitar dan Smart Selangor menjelang tahun 2025.

“Pelaksanaan teknologi Waste to Energy (WTE) ini juga selaras dengan matlamat kerajaan iaitu untuk mencapai

kapasiti penjanaan ‘renewable energy’ atau tenaga boleh baharu (TBB) sebanyak 20 peratus menjelang tahun 2025,” katanya.
Sumber : https://www.sinarharian.com.my/article/157858/EDISI/Worldwide-Holdings-lima-PBT-bangunkan-ISWMC

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Worldwide Holdings kerjasama lima PBT, bangun pusat pengurusan sisa pepejal

SHAH ALAM, 26 OGOS: Worldwide Holdings Berhad (Worldwide Holdings) bekerjasama dengan lima pihak berkuasa tempatan (PBT) Selangor membangunkan pusat pengurusan sisa pepejal bersepadu (ISWMC) terbesar, berteknologi hijau dan moden di negara ini.

Ketua pegawai eksekutifnya berkata kerjasama membabitkan Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam (MBSA), Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ), Majlis Bandaraya Subang Jaya (MBSJ), Majlis Perbandaran Ampang Jaya (MPAJ) dan Majlis Perbandaran Kuala Selangor (MPKS).

Datin Paduka Norazlina Zakaria menjelaskan kemudahan pusat pengurusan sisa pepejal dalam rawatan sisa buangan bakal dibina di pusat pelupusan sampah sedia ada di Jeram dengan loji waste-to-energy (WTE) menjadi sebahagian komponen ISWMC.


Dato’ Menteri Besar Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari (tengah) bergambar bersama Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri Dato’ Nor Azmie Diron (dua, kiri), EXCO Kerajaan Tempatan Ng Sze Han (dua, kanan), Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Worldwide Holdings Datin Paduka Norazlina Zakaria (kiri) dan Ketua Pegawai Operasi Bahagian Pengurusan Projek dan Teknologi Hijau Worldwide Holdings Zamri Abdul Rahman (kanan) selepas majlis menandatangani perjanjian pembangunan pusat pelupusan sisa buangan di Jeram antara Worldwide Holdings dan PBT pada 19 Ogos 2021. Foto Unit Korporat Worldwide Holdings

“Kami berbesar hati dengan kepercayaan diberi Kerajaan Negeri untuk menerajui pembangunan ISWMC di Selangor dan berharap dapat menyokong usaha merealisasikan agenda strategik pemeliharaan alam sekitar dan negeri pintar menjelang 2025.

“Pelaksanaan teknologi WTE juga selaras matlamat kerajaan untuk mencapai kapasiti penjanaan tenaga boleh diperbaharui sebanyak 20 peratus menjelang 2025,” katanya dalam kenyataan.

Sementara itu, Norazlina berkata kerjasama itu menyumbang kepada usaha memastikan tarikh mula operasi (COD) ditetapkan Suruhanjaya Tenaga dapat dipenuhi bermula pertengahan 2024.

Majlis menandatangani perjanjian bersama lima PBT terbabit diadakan pada 19 Ogos lalu secara maya sambil disaksikan Dato’ Menteri Besar Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari.

Worldwide Holdings diketuai Norazlina manakala MBSA diwakili Datuk Bandar Dato’ Zamani Ahmad, Sharipah Marhaini Syed Ali (Timbalan Datuk Bandar MBPJ) Noraini Roslan (Timbalan MBSJ), Mohd Fauzi Mohd Yatim (Yang Dipertua MPAJ), Rahilah Rahmat (Yang Dipertua MPKS).

Sumber: https://selangorkini.my/2021/08/worldwide-holdings-kerjasama-lima-pbt-bangun-pusat-pengurusan-sisa-pepejal/

 

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Worldwide Holdings’ Raw Water Treatment Plant and Waste Water Treatment Plant Projects Enter Commissioning Stage

Shah Alam, 12 July 2021 – Worldwide Holdings Berhad (“Worldwide Holdings”), a leader in environmental management service industry, is pleased to announce that the Raw Water Treatment Plant (“RWTP”) construction project and Waste Water Treatment Plant (“WWTP”) expansion project in Kuala Langat, Selangor for GS Paperboard & Packaging Sdn Bhd (the “client”) have completed construction stages and both projects are currently in the commissioning phase.

The RWTP and WWTP projects are awarded to Worldwide Holdings through its Project Management and Green Technology (PROTECH) Division and both projects commenced in September 2019. Below are the profiles of both projects:

  1. Raw Water Treatment Plant (RWTP)

The RWTP with a total capacity of 32,850m3/d (approximately 33 MLD)  abstracts raw water from Sungai Langat. The 33 MLD RWTP shall be sufficient to supply to all existing and new GSPP’s mills and associated facilities of co-generation (Co-gen) plant, with their existing supply from the Kuala Langat Power Plant (“KLPP”) water intake and treatment plant KLPP to be discontinued.

Contract value: RM42,725,796.77

Current stage: Commissioning

  1. Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP)

 The existing waste water treatment plant at GSPP, Banting is being upgraded to treat waste water of total 28,950 m3/day. The type of waste water is the paper mill waste water with the continuous operation mode for 24 hours to be treated and to be re-used in the GSPP’s mills and facilities. The treatment system comprises of pre-treatment, chemical treatment, biological treatment system and tertiary treatment system to comply with the Environmental Quality (Industrial Effluents) Regulations, 2009 under Fifth Schedule and COD discharge standard for industrial effluent under [Seventh schedule, Regulation 12] of Standard A.

Contract value: RM53,471,338.36

Current stage: Commissioning

 

According to PROTECH Chief Operating Officer, Zamri Abdul Rahman, throughout the projects phases, Worldwide Holdings has been strict with the safety precautions, with safety officer being deployed at both sites. Weekly housekeeping activity, machinery and tools inspections are conducted weekly with all workers participating in daily and weekly toolbox meetings. Subcontractors are also roped into discussions related to health and safety.

He also added, “For WWTP, the discharged treated water follows Department of Environment (DOE)’s regulations and will be audited on quarterly basis by third party auditor selected by the DOE. To ensure this compliance is a success, we will be conducting various routines such as management of erosion and sediment control, scheduled waste and solid waste at the site. Monthly environmental training at each site will also be organized together with weekly environmental inspection on DOE’s Condition of Approval (COA) compliance.”

“These projects are expected to commence operation by the fourth quarter of this year. Looking ahead, we will seek to leverage our unique strengths and competitive edge to strengthen our Project Management portfolio as well as to make a greater contribution to the surrounding communities through green technologies. The success of these projects is a testament of our capabilities to undertake bigger projects such as the construction of Waste-to-Energy (WTE) plant.”

 

About Worldwide Holdings Berhad:

Worldwide Holdings Berhad is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor (PKNS). It has grown into a successful conglomerate focusing on five main business: Property, Environment, Medical Device, Project Management and green technology, and energy. Worldwide Holdings today is widely recognised as the leader in environmental management service and one of the key players in the property development sector in the Klang Valley. Its Protech portfolio focuses on project management and construction, green technology development and sustainability, particularly the development of Malaysia’s first Integrated Solid Waste Management Centre (ISWMC) in Jeram, Selangor, which includes the development of the nation’s most modern and largest waste-to-energy (WTE) plant.

 

Media contacts:

Raja Farah Diba Raja Abdul Rashid

Head, Corporate Communication, Worldwide Holdings Berhad
farah@whb.com.my
T +603 55262529 | M +6012 3138636

Ismal Ishak

Asst. Manager, Corporate Communication, Worldwide Holdings Berhad
ismal.ishak@whb.com.my
T +603 55262513 | M +6012 5402445

 

Photos accompanying this announcement are as below:-

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Pic 1: Aerial view of Raw Water Intake Plant

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Pic 2: Aerial view of Raw Water Treatment Plant

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Pic 3: Waste Water Treatment Plant clarifier motor inspection

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Pic 4: Aerial view of Waste Water Treatment Plant

 

Saipolyazan (tiga dari kiri) bergambar bersama Norazlina (tiga dari kanan) selepas Majlis Penyampaian Agihan Zakat Worldwide Holdings yang berlangsung di Mercu Worldwide, di Shah Alam

Worldwide Holdings bantu asnaf melalui agihan zakat bernilai RM343,794

SHAH ALAM – Worldwide Holdings Berhad (Worldwide Holdings) memperuntukkan sejumlah RM343,794 secara keseluruhan untuk diagihkan kepada golongan asnaf, fakir dan miskin di sekitar Selangor.
Ketua Pegawai Eksekutifnya, Datin Paduka Norazlina Zakaria berkata, peruntukan disalurkan menerusi Lembaga Zakat Selangor (LZS) itu merupakan sebahagian daripada program tanggungjawab sosial korporat (CSR) melalui tiga inisiatif yang dirancang sebelum ini.

Menurut Norazlina, bagi inisiatif pertama, sebanyak RM200,000 telah diperuntukkan sebagai bantuan modal perniagaan dalam bentuk motosikal roda tiga, peralatan, perkakasan, latihan dan perbelanjaan.
“Bagi inisiatif kedua, sejumlah RM94,794 diperuntukkan bagi bantuan modal perniagaan manakala inisiatif ketiga pula meliputi peruntukan sebanyak RM50,000 untuk disalurkan buat penerima yang memerlukan bantuan peralatan perubatan seperti katil, kaki palsu dan sebagainya.

“Penerima agihan sumbangan ini dikenal pasti oleh LZS menerusi program ‘Kasihku Zakat Selangor’,” katanya selepas Majlis Penyampaian Agihan Zakat Worldwide Holdings yang berlangsung di Mercu Worldwide, di sini pada Khamis.

Hadir sama, Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif LZS, Saipolyazan M Yusop dan Pengerusi Teraju Ekonomi Asnaf Sdn Bhd (Teras), Datuk Ibrahim Md Yusof.

Dalam pada itu, Norazlina berkata, krisis pandemik Covid-19 yang masih berterusan telah menjejaskan aktiviti perniagaan dan memperlahankan pelbagai sektor dalam negara ini.

“Disebabkan itu sumbangan oleh Worldwide Holdings ini diagihkan dan ia dijangka dapat memanfaatkan serta meringankan bebanan asnaf yang dikenal pasti,” katanya.

Dalam pada itu, Saipolyazan berkata, kerjasama antara LZS dan Worldwide Holdings merupakan satu usaha yang baik bagi memastikan setiap asnaf di negeri ini dapat disantuni.

Beliau berkata, dalam situasi pandemik Covid-19 ini, terdapat banyak pihak yang terkesan malah LZS turut menjangkakan tambahan 10,000 asnaf susulan krisis tersebut.

“Disebabkan itulah kita gerakkan Program Bantuan Alternatif Insan Terkesan untuk membantu mereka yang terkesan sewaktu Covid-19 ini keluar daripada kepompong kemiskinan dalam masa enam bulan,” katanya.

 

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Pulau Indah Power Plant, Selangor

On March 13th this year, Worldwide Holdings Berhad signed the first Share Sale and Purchase Agreement (SSA) for 35% of share of Pulau Indah Power Plant with Maxim Global Berhad (formerly Tadmax Resources Berhad), and on the 27th November we signed another SSA for the purchase of another 40% share, making us the majority shareholder of the 1,200 MW Combined-Cycle Gas Turbine Power Plant – a project that will become a major contributor to the economic growth of the state of Selangor and the larger Klang Valley.

Worldwide Holdings will collaborate with Korea Electric Power Corporation (KepCo), the other shareholder of the project, for the development of the power plant which is scheduled for operations by January 2024.

Pulau Indah Power Plant will position Worldwide Holdings Berhad as a key player in the Energy Industry.

Worldwide Holdings Berhad is also involved in other energy business, both thermal and renewable energy, namely biogas, solar and hydro.

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Tanjung Duabelas Sanitary Landfill in Kuala Langat. Workers at the landfill are provided with personal safety equipment and encouraged to reduce direct contact with landfill user, like lorry drivers, among others.

Marked drop in waste sent to landfills

LANDFILLS in Selangor saw a massive drop in waste collection since the movement control order (MCO) kicked in on March 18.

Six landfills in Selangor saw up to an 80% drop in the amount of waste received as most commercial areas, industrial zones and construction sites are closed for business.

Eateries have also stopped dine-in services, and all open-air street markets ceased operations during the MCO.

“Selangor is the largest producer of domestic waste in Malaysia, with almost 8,000 tonnes of waste produced daily but since the MCO was implemented, we have seen a significant drop especially at our inert landfills, ” Worldwide Holdings Bhd group chief executive officer Datin Paduka Norazlina Zakaria said.

Worldwide Holdings Bhd, through its environment arm, has landfill operations in Selangor and Johor.

It handles close to 90% of total domestic waste produced in Selangor, which is sent to six landfills by Kumpulan Darul Ehsan Bhd (KDEB) Waste Management Sdn Bhd and other private collectors.

Worldwide Holdings manages five landfills in Johor as well as three sanitary and three inert landfills in Selangor.

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Selangor’s sanitary landfills are located in Jeram in Kuala Selangor, Tanjung Duabelas in Kuala Langat and Panchang Badena in Sabak Bernam.

The inert landfills are in Sungai Kertas in Selayang, Kuang in Rawang and Dengkil in Sepang.

All landfills are in full operation as they fall under the essential services category.

A sanitary landfill is an engineered landfill where the leachate from waste is treated before being discharged into the river and electrical energy is generated from the gas.

This landfill caters to domestic waste, waste from restaurants and special waste from factories.

An inert landfill, on the other hand, deals with dry waste like construction, garden waste or even bulk waste such as wooden items.

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“All of our landfills recorded a drop since the restriction order was implemented on March 18 especially waste sent to inert landfills.

“Our Sungai Kertas landfill, for example, recorded an 80% drop in waste collected. This is the biggest drop recorded at all our six landfills here, ” she said.

Norazlina added that as the construction industry was inactive, there was a reduction in commercial and industrial waste sent to the landfills.

“There is a 40% drop in waste being sent to all of our landfills in Selangor, ” she said, adding that Johor landfills recorded a 30% drop.

“To ensure the safety of our staff at landfills, they are provided personal protective equipment and are encouraged to reduce direct contact with landfill users such as the lorry drivers.”

Workers there are also constantly reminded to adhere to the guidelines issued by Health Ministry.

Meals are provided to those on duty at the site.

Meanwhile, KDEB conducted a study to assess the impact of the MCO on waste collected a week before the order, from March 11 to 17, and after the implementation, from March 18 to 24.

Seven local councils were chosen for comparison, namely Subang Jaya, Kajang, Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam, Ampang, Kuala Langat and Sabak Bernam.

“From our findings, all seven local councils showed a slight decrease in tonnage collected by 7.7%.

“The general assumption is that waste collected during the MCO has reduced or there has been no waste generated at industrial, commercial and certain institutions because they are not operating, ” said KDEB Waste Management Sdn Bhd managing director Ramli Mohd Tahir.

He explained that when a rubbish truck did its rounds, the route included commercial areas and residential neighbourhoods.

KDEB, he said, found that the amount of rubbish collected from residential areas remained more or less the same during the MCO and before its implementation.

Source: https://www.thestar.com.my/metro/metro-news/2020/04/11/marked-drop-in-waste-sent-to-landfills

Worldwide Landfills Sdn Bhd ketika tinjauan Malaysia Gazette ke Tapak Pelupusan Sisa Pepejal Sanitari di Jeram, Kuala Selangor. foto FAREEZ FADZIL, 02 APRIL 2020

Lupus sisa pepejal lebih mencabar dalam tempoh PKP

KUALA SELANGOR – Ketika rakyat dikehendaki mematuhi arahan agar duduk di rumah dan mengurangkan pergerakan di luar sepanjang Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan (PKP), namun masih ada insan lain yang masih meneruskan tugas seperti biasa.

Umum lebih maklum bahawa barisan hadapan seperti polis, tentera, doktor dan jururawat lebih dikenali sepanjang tempoh PKP kerana mereka berisiko tinggi dijangkiti wabak Cobid-19 kerana berurusan dengan orang ramai sepanjang tempoh PKP ini.

Sebenarnya, sektor pelupusan sisa pepejal juga merupakan salah satu daripada perkhidmatan asas yang tidak terjejas semasa tempoh PKP dilaksanakan yang kini memasuki fasa kedua sejak 1 April lalu.

Pekerja menolak sisa pepejal dengan menggunakan jentolak ketika tinjauan Malaysia Gazette ke Tapak Pelupusan Sisa Pepejal Sanitari di Jeram, Kuala Selangor. foto FAREEZ FADZIL, 02 APRIL 2020
Pekerja menolak sisa pepejal dengan menggunakan jentolak ketika tinjauan Malaysia Gazette ke Tapak Pelupusan Sisa Pepejal Sanitari di Jeram, Kuala Selangor. foto FAREEZ FADZIL, 02 APRIL 2020

Salah satu operator utama sisa pepejal di Malaysia ialah sektor Alam Sekitar, Worldwide Holdings Berhad yang masih beroperasi seperti biasa di enam tapak di Selangor dan lima tapak di Johor bagi memastikan segala aktiviti pelupusan sisa domestik dapat diuruskan dengan sempurna.

Menurut Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Kumpulan Worldwide Holdings Berhad, Datin Paduka Norazlina Zakaria, bagi pelupusan sisa domestik di Selangor, pihaknya mengendalikan sebanyak enam tapak pelupusan sampah iaitu tiga tapak pelupusan sanitari dan tiga tapak pelupusan sisa lengai (industri).

“Dianggarkan sebanyak 8,000 tan sampah di mana hampir 90 peratus daripada jumlah buangan domestik yang dijana di Selangor adalah pengeluar sisa domestik terbesar di Malaysia,” katanya kepada MalaysiaGazette, hari ini.

Norazlina mendedahkan, sejak pelaksanaan PKP pada 18 Mac lalu, penerimaan sampah yang dihantar ke semua tapak pelupusan di Selangor telah menurun dengan ketara, terutamanya di tapak pelupusan sisa lengai.

“Sebagai contoh, Tapak Pelupusan Sisa Lengai Sungai Kertas telah mencatatkan penurunan sebanyak 80 peratus kejatuhan sampah yang terkumpul, penurunan terbesar yang dicatatkan di semua 6 tapak pelupusan sampah.

“Impak pengurangan sampah tersebut sebahagian besarnya bagi kategori sisa pembinaan, komersial dan perindustrian.

“Secara keseluruhannya, sebanyak 40 peratus penurunan sampah telah direkodkan yang dihantar ke semua tapak pelupusan di Selangor,” jelasnya.

Antara pekerja yang membuang sisa pepejal ketika tinjauan Malaysia Gazette ke Tapak Pelupusan Sisa Pepejal Sanitari di Jeram, Kuala Selangor. foto FAREEZ FADZIL, 02 APRIL 2020
Antara pekerja yang membuang sisa pepejal ketika tinjauan Malaysia Gazette ke Tapak Pelupusan Sisa Pepejal Sanitari di Jeram, Kuala Selangor. foto FAREEZ FADZIL, 02 APRIL 2020

Bagi tapak pelupusan di Johor pula, pihaknya mengendalikan lima (5) tapak pelupusan sampah yang mula beroperasi sejak Jun 2019, dengan penerimaan pelupusan sampah sebanyak 15 peratus daripada sampah domestik.

“Sejak pelaksanaan PKP fasa pertama, penurunan sebanyak 30 peratus penerimaan pelupusan sampah yang dihantar ke tapak pelupusan Johor direkodkan.

“Walaupun penerimaan sampah berkurangan, kami beroperasi sepenuhnya di kedua-dua negeri tersebut bagi memastikan perkhidmatan tidak tergendala.

“Ini termasuk tapak di Ladang CEP di Simpang Renggam di mana Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Diperketatkan (PKPD) sedang dikuatkuasakan,” katanya.

Sebagai langkah berjaga-jaga daripada jangkitan Covid-19, Norazlina akan mewajibkan kakitangannya mengenakan Peralatan Perlindungan Peribadi (PPE) untuk memastikan keselamatan mereka ketika bertugas di tapak pelupusan sisa pepejal.

“Langkah ini bagi mengawal hubungan langsung dengan pengguna tapak pelupusan yang terdiri dari pemandu-pemandu lori yang terdedah kepada risiko jangkitan virus Covid-19 ini.

“Kami juga menyediakan makanan untuk semua kakitangan yang bertugas di tapak bagi mengawal pergerakan dan seterusnya mengurangkan risiko jangkitan wabak Covid-19,” katanya.

Topeng penutup mulut dan hidung turut kelihatan bersama sisa pepejal yang lain ketika tinjauan Malaysia Gazette ke Tapak Pelupusan Sisa Pepejal Sanitari di Jeram, Kuala Selangor. foto FAREEZ FADZIL, 02 APRIL 2020
Topeng penutup mulut dan hidung turut kelihatan bersama sisa pepejal yang lain ketika tinjauan Malaysia Gazette ke Tapak Pelupusan Sisa Pepejal Sanitari di Jeram, Kuala Selangor. foto FAREEZ FADZIL, 02 APRIL 2020

Norazlina turut mengakui bertugas semasa tempoh PKP ini lebih mencabar daripada biasa kerana pihaknya menerima sampah domestik melibatkan sisa PPE.

“Sisa PPE orang awam ini seperti topeng muka dan sarung tangan adalah sangat berisiko serta dikhuatiri mengandungi wabak Covid-19.

“Justeru, kami menyarankan agar masyarakat umum lebih peka terhadap risiko penyebaran wabak Covid-19 kepada kakitangan pengendali kutipan dan pelupusan sampah.

“Sewajarnya orang ramai menggunakan bahan pencuci anti kuman untuk membersihkan sisa PPE sebelum dibuang ke dalam tong sampah sebelum dilupuskan di tapak pelupusan,” katanya lagi. – MalaysiaGazette

Sumber: https://malaysiagazette.com/2020/04/03/lupus-sisa-pepejal-lebih-mencabar-dalam-tempoh-pkp-norazlina/