fbpx
Connect with us

Social Stories

Inconsiderate Malaysians Have Once Again Filled A River With Trash, This Time In Kulim

Published

My Post 2021 04 07T142719.384
Source: Kulim Municipal Council | Facebook

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

With the increasing number of water shortages, it’s become evident that pollution is the cause.

Yet, some inconsiderate Malaysians are still adamant about throwing rubbish and polluting our rivers.

The Kulim Municipal Council took to their Facebook page to showcase the amount of rubbish that was caught in the netting they had set up to prevent tree trimmings from entering a river.

Trash 3

They wrote, “An unsettling morning view. We took the initiative to set traps to prevent tree trimmings from entering the river. Not to be used as a landfill.”

Trash 2

Trash 4

“Imagine if this pile of garbage continued to enter the river. It can definitely cause severe pollution.”

They added that they will be assisting the Perbadanan Pengurusan Sisa Pepejal dan Pembersihan Awam (SWCorp) in taking action against those who have thrown rubbish into the river.

It truly doesn’t take a lot of effort to throw rubbish in their designated bins. Yet, Malaysians have always chosen to take the easy route by throwing their rubbish either randomly by the roadside or into the nearest river.

We MUST be better than this.

We hope that the authorities take the appropriate action to track down those who have thrown rubbish into the river.

What do you think about this? Let us know in the comment section.

 

 

Also read: M’sian Shares How She Spent 7 Months Growing Japanese Roses To Fulfill Grandma’s Dream

My Post 2021 04 05T131224.753


Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.



Just In

Ft Floods Ft Floods
News43 mins ago

PM: “Certain Parties” Ignored Warnings by MetMalaysia Which Set Back Flood Rescue Operations

The highly anticipated special parliamentary sitting to discuss matters relating to the floods and long term flood disaster management planning...

My Post 2022 01 21T164919.514 My Post 2022 01 21T164919.514
News1 hour ago

JUST IN: Lee Zii Jia Banned From International Tournaments For 2 Years

The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) has announced that the country’s top singles player, Lee Zii Jia, will not be...

My Post 2022 01 21T135635.753 My Post 2022 01 21T135635.753
News2 hours ago

“It was merely said in jest” – Ministry Defends Zuraida’s “Orangutan Will Kill You First” Statement

The Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities, Datuk Zuraida Kamaruddin, has recently found herself receiving backlash after she had said...

Collage 30 Collage 30
News6 hours ago

PLUS Apologises For RFID Issues, Says That SmartTAG Lanes Will Be Reopened by 25 January

Good news, fellow road users! The implementation of RFID toll booths on 15 January faced backlash from Malaysians for its...

Collage 11 1 Collage 11 1
News24 hours ago

KJ Says Temperature Scanning Will Soon Be Eliminated From The Current SOPs

Just this evening (20 January), Minister of Health, Khairy Jamaluddin held a media conference to provide certain updates on the...

Collage2 Collage2
News1 day ago

“Omicron isn’t the last variant” – Knock, Knock! WHO’s There To Tell You Why!

Out of sight, but nowhere near out of mind. DG of WHO warns public on Omicron not being the final...

Collage 8 3 Collage 8 3
News1 day ago

1 of 3 Suspects Who Ran Away From Roadblock Arrested & Positive For Drugs, PDRM Looking For Other 2

The video of a “police and thief” chase recently spread like wildfire and netizens have dubbed it as one of...

Consumers Should Be Given Choice On Rfid Says Pm Sabri Consumers Should Be Given Choice On Rfid Says Pm Sabri
News1 day ago

“Let people have freedom of choice” – PM Sabri Says Road Users Should Be Given Choice To Use RFID or Not

It was announced that the RFID toll transaction payment system will start to be implemented in stages on the North-South...

Announcement

Latest Videos



TRENDING TODAY