DIRTY … Ahmad Shuib showed piles of garbage illegally in Kampung Sungai Pinang, Kuala Lumpur.
KLANG: “Over the past six months, we exposed the residents of Kampung Sungai Pinang odor and hazards resulting from the heap of rubbish being dumped illegally in a clearing about 50 meters from the house,” said Ahmad Ahmad Shuib Hariri, 33, yesterday.
According to Ahmad Shuib, he and his family not just smell bad smell every day, but face problems due to midge horsefly and solid waste disposal.
“Every time you want to eat, we are ‘fighting’ with the horsefly and the midges that alight on food other than the clothes that hung outside the home.
” I am worried that this problem is not resolved soon, it would be detrimental to the health of especially young children, “he said.
After several complaints, the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) in collaboration with the District Land Office (PTD) began to clean up Klang illegal tipping site that haunts villagers .
Deputy Director of Environmental Services module, Azmie Muji said, clearing the site took two weeks.
He said the total deposits estimated at 50 tons of trash to 60 tons will be transported and delivered to the waste disposal center in Jeram, Kuala Selangor.
“GMM using a excavators, three trucks and a large barrel to accelerate the clearing of this area to avoid any problems arising such as cholera and dengue, “he said when met at the location yesterday.
spokesman Klang PTD when interviewed, said 18 landowners were not can be detected up to now.
He said, despite having information about all the owners, they failed to be traced to the registered address did not exist.
“PTD has issued a notice in the House Regional princes owner so long to see their names. If the owner failed to appear after the notice period ends, we issued a notice 8A with their land will be confiscated, “he said.