Delayed waste collection for next two weeks
By:News Desk
Date:
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KUCHING: Waste collection in certain areas under the Padawan Municipal Council (MPP) will be affected for the next two weeks due to manpower issues faced by Trienekens Sarawak Sdn Bhd’s sub-contractor.

Trienekens explained that more than 10 operations employees were affected by quarantine and movement restriction orders in their areas.

Trienekens logistics operations department manager Mason Barau urged residents to be patient while assuring them that although waste collection would be delayed, Trienekens and its sub-contractor would work closely to quickly address the matter.

“We hope that the public can bear with us during this period and we welcome any enquiries or service reports to help us improve our services.

“We also hope residents and business owners will manage and dispose of their waste responsibly and properly in order to maintain cleanliness.”

The affected areas are as follows:

Taman Boulder Built, Kampung Sandong, Taman Country Vale, Taman Inspire Height, Taman Inspire Height 2, Top Green, Taman Kwong Tiong, Lotak Villa, Taman Greengate, Stephen Yong Lorong 2A, 2A1, 2B and 2C, Stephen Avenue;

Protocol Jalan Batu Kawa, Taman Segedup, Taman Lovelyland, Kampung Stapok Lorong 1 ,2 ,3 ,3A ,4 ,4C, 4A5, 5B, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, Kampung Segedup, Taman Sri Segedup, Chungnion Villa, SMK Batu Kawa, Taman Rimba, SK Batu Kawa;

Field Force Camp (Flats, Quarters, Logistic Department, Mechanical Department, Admin Department), Taman Grace Villa, Beautiful Garden, Housing along (Lorong Field Force 1 until Lorong   Field Force 12), Royal Garden, Taman Batu Kawa Heights, Taman Tropimas, and Taman Botanika.

For more information or assistance, contact Trienekens Hotline at 082-612300 or email customercare@trienekens.com.my

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