mpkj to revoke licence of traders using polystyrene packaging
Traders who repeatedly defy the Kajang City Council (MPKj) The \"non-polystyrene packaging\" ruling, enforced next year, will revoke its license. \"According to the policies of Selangor government, we want to encourage traders and consumers to reduce the use of polystyrene packaging and plastic bags,\" said Mohd Sayuthi Bakar, president of MPKj . \". \"MPKj started the campaign last month, so traders can\'t say they didn\'t get enough notice. \"We will make From next year, the use of polystyrene packaging is a condition for the renewal of the license. \"Traders will be given several warnings first, and their licenses will only be revoked if they are still stubborn,\" he said . \". However, Mohd Sayuthi says the preferred carrot for MPKjand- Ways to encourage people to embrace environmental protection Friendly practices. \"In order to make the green policy a success, we need everyone\'s cooperation. \"See it as a current investment in the interests of the future generation. \"The purpose of this campaign is not to make traders feel difficult, but to benefit the public. \"Consumers can also bring their own food containers and shopping bags when marketing or shopping,\" he said . \". Mohd Sayuthi spoke at the consumer roadshow organized by MPKj, encouraging recycling and reducing the use of plastic bags and polystyrene packaging. The event was held to raise awareness of the Selangor government\'s policy on Selangor\'s polystyrene-free packaging and to say \"no\" to free plastic bags next year \". Roadshow sees MPKj assigned non Woven bags, biodegradable plastic bags and biodegradable food packages are given to shoppers at Pasar Tani Desa jenjenaris at Kajang Jalan Jenaris 2A. Samples of biodegradable plastic bags and food packaging were also provided to traders. In addition, handicrafts made of recycled materials are on display and the process of recycling edible oil is shown.