Group against Jeram incinerator, demands S'gor gov't push for 3R policy instead

Annabelle Lee

Modified 12 Dec 2018, 10:07 am

A pressure group has demanded that the Selangor government pursues a "reduce, reuse and recycle" (3R) policy instead of setting up an incinerator in Jeram.

The KL Tak Nak Incinerator (KTI) group said refusing to pursue a policy to encourage people to reduce waste production was sending a wrong message.

Moreover, group leader Lee Chong Tek told a press conference today, incinerators can pose health problems for those living within the vicinity...

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