Malaysian authorities have shut down 139 illegal plastic recycling facilities this year, exceeding its target of 100 sites within the first three months of the year, according to Malaysian newspaper The Star.
The sites that have been shut down were found to be either operating illegally or had broken the provisions of the Environment Quality Act, which has been in place since last July after . . .
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