Old electronics gadgets, dead flourescent bulbs or tubes, used batteries and even old cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors mostly contain heavy metals ranging from lead to mercury that may caused health hazard to human being, polluting your living environment as well as polluting the water resources.
Simply dump off these rubbish to the Majlis Perbandaran’s collection truck will make everybody a loser at the end.
The following areas have bins to collect these hazardous waste, open from 9am-10pm daily (as when the campaign was launched)
■ Menara PjH, Level 1 No.2 Jalan Tun Abdul Razak, Presint 2, Putrajaya
■ Galeria, Presint 4, Putrajaya
■ KLCC Residential and Infra Site Office, Lot 2R1, Jalan P2X, Presint 2 Putrajaya
■ KLCC LRT Station, Jalan Ampang
■ KLCC Parking Management Office, Level P2, Tower 1, Petronas Twin Towers
■ Level G, Traders Hotel
■ Concourse Level, Centre Core Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
■ Suria KLCC
■ Ground Floor Carpark, Impiana KLCC Hotel, Phase 2 Jalan Pinang
If everybody can exercise this simple moral responsibility then this world will be a cleaner place for us to live!
Source : news articles from The Star 19.06.2015 of KLCC (Holdings)
Sdn Bhd and its group of companies launch a six-month
awareness campaign on Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)
p/s : There is also a recycling center at Damansara Jaya, PJ
Jln. SS22/47, SL 47400, Damansara Jaya (behind Sekolah Kebangsaan Damansara Jaya 1 GPS: 3° 7′ 21.828″ N, 101° 36′ 59.2524″ E [ Open: every Sunday for 2 hours only, 10am – 12 pm ]