A total of 228 plastic recycling plants have been closed by the Malaysia Government up to January, it has revealed.
Inspection agencies, government officials and the police have visited 405 plastic recycling plants in the country.
Of these, 182 were found to be operating illegally without an operating license, while a further 36 were closed for breaching the terms of their license.
Total fines of RM2.323 million . . .
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