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Kemaskini Pada: 18 Jun 2019
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Landfill at Seng Ling Road officially closed after 18 years
Tarikh : 13 Apr 2019  Sumber Berita: Borneo Post Online
 


A trench is dug across the access road to the landfill at Seng Ling Road.

SIBU: The landfill at Seng Ling Road here was officially closed yesterday, after having served its purpose over the last 18 years.

A trench was dug across the access road to the landfill to stop vehicles from entering the area.

Present to witness the two-hour digging, which commenced at 9am, included enforcement officers from the Sibu Municipal Council (SMC), those from the Land and Survey Department, the Resident’s Office and the police.

Since its creation in 2001, the landfill had been frequented by scavengers, a number of whom had become squatters there.

According to a SMC councillor, the Land and Survey Department had written to the council to suggest the closing of the landfill.

“Following that, we wrote a letter to the squatters, telling them to move out by April 12,” added the councillor.

A trench is dug across the access road to the landfill at Seng Ling Road.

SIBU: The landfill at Seng Ling Road here was officially closed yesterday, after having served its purpose over the last 18 years.

A trench was dug across the access road to the landfill to stop vehicles from entering the area.

Present to witness the two-hour digging, which commenced at 9am, included enforcement officers from the Sibu Municipal Council (SMC), those from the Land and Survey Department, the Resident’s Office and the police.

Since its creation in 2001, the landfill had been frequented by scavengers, a number of whom had become squatters there.

According to a SMC councillor, the Land and Survey Department had written to the council to suggest the closing of the landfill.

“Following that, we wrote a letter to the squatters, telling them to move out by April 12,” added the councillor.