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Day: March 4, 2024

Give kids household things to play with instead of plastic toys, expert tells parents

Plastic toys may not be as cute and innocent as they seem. In fact, with chemicals like lead and phthalates lurking in them, plastic toys might be the worst companion to leave your toddler with. Associate Professor Dr Subhashini Jayanath said children could be exposed to lead simply by biting or placing plastic toys in their mouth. Children below six years old are at greater risk to the effects...
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CAP REGRETS THAT THE RIVER POLLUTION IN PASIR GUDANG IS STILL ONGOING

Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) urges the Johor government, the Department of Environment (DOE), and the Local Government to pay serious attention and take firm legal action to deal with the problem of river pollution in Pasir Gudang that has been going on for a long time. Commenting on the state Health and Environment Committee Chairman Ling Tian Soon's statement on this problem, CAP...
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Masjid Pengkalan Hulu the First Mosque in Perak to Ban Single-Use Plastics

Masjid Jamek in Pengkalan Hulu, Perak has become the first mosque in the state of Perak to implement a ban on single-use plastics, including food and drink in plastic. The mosque committee in Pengkalan Hulu also organised an awareness programme on the dangers of single-use plastics. This awareness programme was initiated by the mosque committee after receiving advice from the Sultan of Perak....
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