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Thursday, December 22, 2016

No plastic everyday!

71% of Selangor residents say going without plastics once a week is just not enough. We hear you loud and clear; so in 2017, Selangor will be be free of plastics and polystyrene 7 days a week. Commit to this goal by being one of 20,000 Selangor residents to sign the pledge to live without single-use plastic and polystyrene! READ MORE .....

No plastic. Make your pledge now.


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plastic-free Selangor all year

Total ban on polystyrene in Selangor from Jan 1


BUSINESSMEN in Selangor will face a RM1,000 fine if they use polystyrene packages come January 2017.
The fine comes following the new policy set by the state government that bans the use of polystyrene and promotes reduced plastic bag usage next year. The ban will take effect on Jan 1.
Selangor State Tourism, Environment, Green Technology and Consumer Affairs Committee chairman Elizabeth Wong said the fine was the standard amount for any breach of licence condition.
She said several additional conditions had been added to the by-laws to incorporate the new ruling.
“The maximum fine is RM1,000 and shoppers will be charged a minimum of 20sen for single-use plastic bags. ....READ MORE ......

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2017

May the peace and & blessings of Christmas be yours 
and the coming year be filled with happiness.
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Top 10 attractions near latest MRT stations

WITH the 12 new stations on Phase One of the MRT SBK Line up and running, StarMetro has listed out things that commuters can do and eat during their journey to their destinations. READ MORE ......

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Christmas Specials at Table & Apron

MBPJ gets serious about recycling

Mohd Azizi (second from right) launching the Petaling Jaya Waste Summit 2016
PETALING Jaya City Council (MBPJ) plans to expand its recycling programme next year to ensure the 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) concept is fully practised.
Petaling Jaya mayor Mohd Azizi Mohd Zain said to ensure the recycling rate increases from 10% to 22% next year, MBPJ would extend the waste separation programme throughout the city, especially in residential areas.

He said the generated waste could be used optimally as raw material for industrial activities or for production of reusable products.
“Starting next year, MBPJ will equip each household in Petaling Jaya with a 120l-capacity rubbish bin for free.  READ MORE ........

Recognition from MBPJ for recycling in SS20

Dear SS20 Central Zone residents,
Thank you for your participation and support of the MBPJ Single Stream Waste Management Pilot Project. Your effort was recognized by MBPJ at the Petaling Jaya Waste Summit 2016 on 5th Dec 2016 held at the MBPJ Civic Hall.
We were presented with an award and invited to sit on the panel to share our recycling experience.
Well done, SS20 Central Zone! 
RA SS20 Central and KRT SS20 Damansara Utama shall have more projects in Year 2017 to make our neighbourhood a greener & cleaner place to stay in.

Family Carnival - DUN Damansara Utama

3 December 2016
Family Carnival with music, dance, games, prizes, food & lots of other activities to boost family cohesion and build a harmonious community.
It was organized by YB Yeo Bee Yin, ADUN Damansara Utama together with MBPJ Councillors from Zone 5 – Ang Ming Ern, Zone 6 – Sia Siew Chin, Zone 7 – Daniel Lee Marn Zhi, Zone 8 – Billy Wong Swee Sang and Zone 9 – Jamaliah Jamaluddin.
Congratulations to Mr Eddie Thong and Mr Ken Leong who did SS20 proud by taking the 2nd & 3rd prize in the Durian Eating Competition. Congratulations, guys!

Monday, November 7, 2016


TABLE & APRON Restaurant, located at Jalan SS20/11, is hiring staff. Please contact them if you are interested.

Celebrating the Festival of Lights

5 Nov 2016
Deepavali celebration organized by RA SS20 Central at the Community Policing Cabin, Jalan SS20/14. This is part of the RA's continuous effort to foster better relationship among neighbours.
The mood of the celebration was set with food, music and lucky draw and everyone let their hair down when Ravi took the lead to dance!
We would like to thank Nemala & Ravi, Dr Guna's family and Shirley for their contribution of Deepavali titbits.
Our appreciation also to Tuan Nik Ahmad Khairudin (OCS, Balai Polis Damansara) & his police personnel, and also Pn Norliza Kassim & her colleagues from KPJ Damansara for their presence and support of our event.