View Full Version : MPSJ heads fight against denggi

13-07-2005, 10:58 AM
MPSJ has taken over from MPSA, leading the fight against denggi!. The no of cases under MPSJ has overtaken MPSA which had the previous highest. While we are busy our daily routine, we should spend some time looking at our surrounding area. In a way we would be helping MPSJ in their fight against denggi.

13-07-2005, 11:42 AM
problem with MOST housing areas is that people leave their homes before
sun rise and return when it is dark ..........
no time to ensure that their compounds are clean of bekas-bekas potential for aedes breeding ,
when inspectors from mpsj come for checking, tiada orang di rumah, how to
enter to check ,
hence, ada denggi in mpsj, problem cannot be solved....
dengue is community problem, it can only be solved when each one participate in eg gotong-royong, ensure general cleanliness, use of racun
to kill larva, adult mosq

13-07-2005, 11:51 AM
Look at the condition of the rubbish bin in the playground provided by mpsj. Look at what or how the mpsj contractor disposed of their lunchpack . How should they disposed of the coconut shell after eating it.

13-07-2005, 12:22 PM
Maybe we should take some time off on Saturday/Sunday to look into this problem. Keep our own surrounding first before gotong royang for community!

13-07-2005, 02:37 PM
Maybe we should take some time off on Saturday/Sunday to look into this problem. Keep our house and compound clean before gotong royong for community!

14-07-2005, 05:18 PM
Two weeks ago these guys from MPSJ came and smogged our areas througly at night with all our windows open .
I enquired why the smogging , he wispered, two cases of denggi deaths and many cases of ppl with denggi fever in Subang Jaya/USJ..and can you imagine this wasnt reported in the media. Shocking!!

"Bull**** Selangor is a developed State"

14-07-2005, 05:20 PM
This is really bad...top town in world class state with denggi outbreak..

14-07-2005, 08:51 PM
Denggi casualties has been going on for donkey years now in USJ, just that its not publicized. Residents here know by word of mouth, then comes the fogging exercise very soon in selected areas. My son, a few neighbors, and many others within my area were all casualties at one time. Their short term or whatever measures don't seem to suppress the problem. Me for one, I'm all for preventing by doing my part of the usual Abate treatment and other periodic measures.

Nevertheless, I AM thankful something is being done!..better than NONE!

15-07-2005, 01:19 PM
Foggin exercise is good but first things first......MPSJ needs to clean those longkang tersekat......make sure no water bertakung.........and would be good to send leaflets to inform us that when the foggin will be done.

15-07-2005, 01:25 PM
Another gotong royong? But MPSJ must have regular schedule to clean the big monsson drain

15-07-2005, 02:56 PM
.... no time to ensure that their compounds are clean of bekas-bekas potential for aedes breeding ..
If health and safety is important to them, they will find the time. If not, what is one or two aedes mosquitoes in the house?

18-07-2005, 05:01 PM
For a start, look at MPSJ compound. I took some photos of the pond (or do you call it little fountain) in MPSJ's garden. It's filled with slimmy water which I believe would be heavenly for the breeding of dengue mosquitoes.

Another spot where I found containing water are the spot light (which are faulty) and no longer functioning along the wall of MPSJ. It's fixed to the floor. If you go to MPSJ by crossing to it from USJ6's Shell petrol station, you would find these spot lights on the floor. Most of them become water container now!!!!

Will upload those photos to be shared with all of you. What a shame for MPSJ!! Their enforcement officers go around to give summons for those who are found with water containers filled with dengue larvaes! But I wonder if these enforcement officers would be issuing any summon to their Yg Dipertua!!!! Ironic right???? And how could MPSJ leads by example, when what it has done on dengue prevention is all wrong, to begin with!!

18-07-2005, 05:04 PM
They shd start by cleaning their own backyard...how about posting the pictures on the MPSJ website?

18-07-2005, 05:09 PM
Gonna do that when I reach home, KSJ_Cool. Then you all would believe what I say!

02-08-2005, 01:27 AM
Check out the photos of water-filled pond and container (faulty spot lamp) at MPSJ compound! They are all eye-sores and I doubt there's no aedes breeding in these water!!

1) Murky water pond (http://www.geocities.com/mygambars/DSC09630-s.JPG)

2) Another pix of dirty pond filled with green water (http://www.geocities.com/mygambars/DSC09631-s.JPG)

3) Broken spot lamp filled with water - captured in June (http://www.geocities.com/mygambars/DSC09638-s.JPG)

4) Broken lamp with water - captured in March (http://www.geocities.com/mygambars/DSC07465-s.JPG)

5) Pavement with water puddle - another breeding spot (http://www.geocities.com/mygambars/DSC07470-s.JPG)

6) Another puddle of water (http://www.geocities.com/mygambars/DSC07475-s.JPG)

02-08-2005, 08:08 AM
some simple tips how to protect ourselves from being bitten by the dengue

mosq :

evening time try not to go to the park, playground because it is feeding time

for mosq, if u want to go, apply insect repellant on oxposed areas eg face,

hands, arms

if plenty of mosq in house ie this time of the year, pakai mosq coil,

or electric vap mat etc

if can, air con the whole house, like my neighbour, mosq find it diff to
make sure we ourselves do not breed the mosq, keep our garden free of
containers, our backyard too,
just take a walk along some backyards and see what u find ..........
dengue control depends a lot on us ourselves, if ada kes, mpsj just come
and fog saja and go away, we are the ones staying there,
so we have to jaga ourselves and the surrounding ...........