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fighting
21-01-2006, 10:29 AM
I am cleaning my house for new year.
may i know where in subang jaya i can throw some rubbish ?
also I have some old t shirt , should i give to someone ,where , or throw away ?

kwchang
21-01-2006, 11:26 AM
Recycling center at Giant USJ1 do collect old clothes and pay you for that. They do however check the clothes. I believe they reject if soiled, tattered or torn.

If you have large articles to dump, do not leave them by the roadsides as many people do. It is OK if it is garden refuse (branches, leaves and cut grass) as they have trucks making their rounds to pick up garden refuse. Piling household junk by the roadsides makes the neighbourhood look like a dumpsite. Take the large articles to the flats - they have large community bins where you may dump stuff there.

patrick
21-01-2006, 11:44 AM
Ahhh...correction to Chang's comment about "Take the large articles to the flats - they have large community bins where you may dump stuff there."

Please take them to MPSJ's dump bins not to the flats. The flat's dump bins are for residents where the clearance is by its own rubbish collection contractor where the residents have to pay in the form of maintenance. If everyone start dumping here, we will have to pay more. So please dont do that. That's not legal and not very friendly. How would you like it if your neighbour were to dump his rubbish in your rubbish bin? Think about that.

pcyeoh
21-01-2006, 12:13 PM
Take the large articles to the flats - they have large community bins where you may dump stuff there.
Aiyoh. I was a bit too late to warn you as I know Patrick Tan would have blasted you. You think the flats is the Subang Jaya Rubbish Dumpsite just like those you find in Kepong and Jinjang. I usually dump mine at the SS 15 wet market where MPSJ made available two huge rubbish bins. The bins are actually for the market stall people but you can discreetly drive your car next to them and throw your worthless treasure into it. The best time is in the afternoon and evening as you can't do it during their business hours as you are unable to drive in. Do you believe me if I were to tell you that I was able to shove a double bed mattress (of course without my wife in it) into my Wira Aeroback and carted it and dump it there? Another location which I have not tried is in MPSJ itself. Anyone have tried using the giant bins in MPSJ? And lastly, you can also dump your rubbish ( the smellier the better) at the vacant strip of land next to KW Chang's house at USJ 11. If you do not know the address, just pm me.

FineTuned
21-01-2006, 01:36 PM
....you can also dump your rubbish ( the smellier the better) at the vacant strip of land next to KW Chang's house at USJ 11. If you do not know the address, just pm me....
that's so wicked! :p
besides, the wind might just blow the smell my way. :eek:

bslee
21-01-2006, 01:49 PM
I used the one at the SS15 wet market, huge lorry size bin.

Teeque
21-01-2006, 03:14 PM
I dump at the huge bins behind Summit but also do it discretely, after business hrs...

aimless
21-01-2006, 06:50 PM
do they really have huge bins at MPSJ? i could not find any the last time i looked

cactuc1
21-01-2006, 06:53 PM
ss17 beside the padang got a recycling centre also...the padang is the one that facing the shell station in ss15 (opposite)...

Stuffs can drop there , guy will take..
Recycleable stuffs drop into bins there also can..
Some stuffs he buy like bottles(glass/bottles), newspaper , magazine , papers

pcyeoh
22-01-2006, 12:45 AM
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v732/pcyeoh/MPSJBin.jpg


do they really have huge bins at MPSJ? i could not find any the last time i looked
Of course you will have difficulty in finding it because they are hidden behind closed doors. They are located on the right of the main gate when you enter into MPSJ. But don't bother to throw your garbage there as I found out that they are not meant for the general public. They are actually storage bins for items confiscated by their enforcement officers. I forgot which wise guy told me about throwing my garbage there. It is like entering into the lion's den. Sure kena saman betul betul one. So I suggest you should throw your big item garbage here at SS 15 wet market. See how convenient it is. It looks like a 'drive and throw' site but please throw them properly into the bins. See below. Photo taken at 4pm so you see how easy and convenient to dispose your gabage at this site.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v732/pcyeoh/SS15Bin.jpg

kwchang
22-01-2006, 01:06 AM
My apologies to Patrick for the suggestion. I really thought that the bins at the flats were managed by MPSJ. Frankly, MPSJ should have a central area for the huge <strike>tips</strike> skips. Thanks to PC for pointing out about the market <strike>tips</strike> skips. I'll remember that and avoid Patrick's flat the next time ;)

Oh by the way, we should never go around in the middle of the night to unload rubbish at the construction <strike>tips</strike> skips stationed infront of houses under renovation. I have seen all sorts of rubbish in those <strike>tips</strike> skips and certainly not from the construction or renovation activities.

USJ27Resident
22-01-2006, 02:04 AM
Another place... (:p discreetly of course) is at the Puchong FAMA market...

alexhay
22-01-2006, 08:38 AM
previously when i am staying at pj ss3....i called MPPJ service...it only cost RM20 per lorry....u can try to contact the mpsj to check if they can provide bulk dumping service....

pcyeoh
22-01-2006, 11:31 AM
In the MPSJ district, MPSJ has appointed Alam Flora to do house collection for bulky items besides the regular domestic waste. They are supposed to pay a friendly visit to your area twice a month and the service is free. However rule of thumb says that you are allowed to dispose only two bagful (no definition of size) of garden refuse free without any question asked. Unwanted furniture left at the roadside is also welcome as these people sometime took them home to use as they are not so fortunate like you to be able to afford Italian furniture but they don't mind if they can get it for free with three legs or broken door etc etc. But they will not collect any choppings from your trees. I have seen people just chopping those branches off and left them by the roadside for their grandfather to cart them away. After some time, the leaves dried up and started to dislocate from the branches and decided to be gone with the wind and toured the whole area freely thus giving the whole neighbourhood an autumn look. However you can request Alam Flora to cart them away and it will cost you RM 60.00 per lorry load. But if you have paid the annual 'subcription' of RM 5.00 paid in an enclosed red miniture envelope, it may be free for you for you are now considered a 'member' of the Alam Flora Rubbish Club.

FineTuned
22-01-2006, 01:17 PM
.......But don't bother to throw your garbage there as I found out that they are not meant for the general public. ......I forgot which wise guy told me about throwing my garbage there. It is like entering into the lion's den. Sure kena saman betul betul one.....
thanks, pcyeoh, you have just saved me from making a big expensive mistake! :D

DatinLawa
23-01-2006, 01:26 PM
However you can request Alam Flora to cart them away and it will cost you RM 60.00 per lorry load. But if you have paid the annual 'subcription' of RM 5.00 paid in an enclosed red miniture envelope, it may be free for you for you are now considered a 'member' of the Alam Flora Rubbish Club.

how do i sign up as a "member" and most importantly how would they remember me as a "member" and collect it for free??? :eek:

starrnorth88
04-02-2006, 02:15 AM
MPSJ does not promote proper dumping of rubbish. That is why they do not have public rubbish bin. This also means you can dump them anywhere you want, including the mpsj building. If they provide you with the rubbish bin how in the world can the alam flora make money collecting rubbish from your house and everywhere - sure must create a situation where there is a lot of work - good economic planning in creating jobs. Create job also for enforcement office to fine you if they see you throwing your last century kitchen cabinet into the sewage pond.