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SEREMBAN, 27 Julai (Bernama) -- SWM Environment Sdn Bhd (SWM), syarikat

konsesi pengurusan sisa pepejal dan pembersihan awam bagi zon selatan, merangka

tiga fasa operasi sempena Aidilfitri.

Pengarah Eksekutifnya Dr Uzir Abdul Malik berkata melalui fasa pertama mulai

3 hingga 7 Ogos ini, pihaknya memberi tumpuan beberapa aktiviti di kawasan utama

melibatkan kawasan perumahan, hari Mantai, pasar tani, bazar Ramadan, bazar

Raya, pusat beli-belah dan pasar raya dengan melaksanakan kutipan sampah pukal,

domestik dan sampah di kawasan itu.

"Menjelang Aidilfitri kita merangka pelan fasa kedua strategi operasi yang

akan bermula pada 8 hingga 9 Ogos dengan menumpukan kutipan sisa pepejal di tong

sampah berpusat, rumah pangsa, kem-kem tentera dan aktiviti pembersihan

terutamanya di kawasan yang merupakan tumpuan pelancong dan juga rumah terbuka,"


Bagi kawasan pelancongan, pekerja tambahan akan diletakkan di kawasan itu

bagi memastikan keadaan kawasan bersih dan bebas dari sampah sarap bertaburan

terutamanya di pantai awam," katanya kepada pemberita selepas majlis berbuka

puasa bersama media di sini, malam tadi.

Turut hadir Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Bertindak Kesejahteraan Awam,

Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan Negeri Datuk Jalaluddin Alias dan Pengarah

Perbadanan Pengurusan Sisa Pepejal dan Pembersihan Awam Negeri Mohd Azhar Abd


Katanya fasa ketiga pula akan bermula 10 hingga 16 Ogos di mana

kerja-kerja kutipan sisa pepejal dan pembersihan awam dilaksanakan seperti biasa

mengikut jadual yang ditetapkan bagi kawasan perumahan, pusat bandar dan

juga kawasan tumpuan para pelancong dari dalam dan luar negara.

Orang ramai yang mempunyai sebarang masalah berhubung perkhidmatan berkaitan

kutipan sampah, pembersihan longkang dan pemotongan rumput semasa Hari Raya

boleh menyalurkan aduan mereka dengan menghubungi talian 1-800-88-7472.



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