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Month: March 2023


Singapore has implemented a measure to make recycling more convenient for residents so that they will recycle more regularly. Households in Singapore can now collect free home recycling boxes from vending machines at more than 140 locations, including bus interchanges. Known as Blooboxes, the foldable, washable and reusable boxes are meant to encourage residents to recycle more and recycle...
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Ramadhan – Avoid waste and practice charity

During Ramadhan, for about eleven years, CAP has been carrying out campaigns against waste, overindulgence and extravagance which Islam and other religions condemn. The campaign was initiated by our late president Allahyarham S.M. Mohammed Idris who was horrified by the large amount of food waste and the extravagant spending of the Muslim elite during this holy month while millions of people...
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Penang’s Highway Project Raises Concerns About Safety and Environmental Impact

We note that the construction on the Air Itam-Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong Highway is currently being undertaken. This hill road that cuts through the steep slopes of Bukit Hijau and its surrounding hills before turning east to an elevated highway. While the project aims to improve traffic flow in Penang Island, concerns have been raised about the safety of the road project and its potential impact...
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Home Nutrition Garden Training

Date : 25-03-2023 (Saturday) Time : 9.00am - 12.00pm Venue : CAP 10, Jalan Masjid Negeri, 11600, Penang, Malaysia Call & Whatsapp to register yourself for participation to this number: 019-5372427 Only limited participants!! Thank you, CAP Location: Use Waze to drive to Consumers Association of Penang (CAP):  
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