Sgt Mat Din informed that there has been no criminal cases reported to the police for the past month.
Combined effort from police patrolling, the implementation of gated and guarded scheme together with vigilance and cooperation among neighbours have improved the security level tremendously in the Central Zone.
The police, Manager of the security company and SS20 residents meet regularly to discuss ways to enhance and maintain the high security level.
The plan for all households to do mandatory solid waste separation at source looks set to begin in September next year.
All Malaysian households will have to separate their solid waste according to categories, the Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government ministry announced today.
In a statement, its minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan said that this mandatory move will see household solid waste be separated in several compositions including plastic, paper, cardboard, glass, metal, food waste, lump waste and farm waste.Read more
RT SS20 Damansara Utama cordially invites SS20 residents to their Cooking Demonstration. Date: 22 Nov 2014, Saturday Venue: RT Community Policing Cabin, Jalan SS20/14, Central Zone Time: 5:30 pm Preparing and wrapping Rice Dumplings (choong) by Mrs Chua Piak Chwee
An informative talk that advocates organic gardening and composting was given by Miss Tan Siew Luang, Organic Farming Project Coordinator from the Centre of Environment, Technology & Development, Malaysia (CETDEM).
The event, organized by the RA SS20 Central was held at Cabin 8, Central Zone on Saturday morning, 8 Nov 2014.
Present at the event were YB Yeo Bee Yin, MBPJ Councillor Tang, Pn Zaharah Osman, CEO of KPJ Damansara and other hospital personnel, MBPJ officers from Environmental Health Dept and also from the Landscape and Urban Greening Department, Sgt Mat Din and his patrol team, Pn Eileen Thong, RT SS20 Chairman and some members of Bandar Utama RA.
Miss Tan Siew Luang of CETDEM
Organic waste, from the kitchen and the garden, makes up close to 50% of waste generated by the Malaysian household which will usually end up in a landfill. As the organic material rots in the landfill, the greenhouse gas, methane is released. Scientists have linked the increased release of methane into the evironment with global warming. To help address this, we can start composting.