• Households To Bring Damaged Bin To Trienekens For Repair Or Exchange

    Published on 7 August 2017
    KUCHING: Trienekens (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd, as the operator of municipal waste collection services under the jurisdictions of Kuching South City Council (MBKS), Kuching North City Hall (DBKU), Padawan Municipal Council (MPP) and certain areas under Serian District Council (MDS); is reminding households who wish to repair or exchange their damaged or broken garbage bin, to call Trienekens’ hotline at 082-612300 during office hours for detailed instructions and advice. In general, these residents will be informed to bring their bin along with the necessary documents (NRIC and utility or assessment bills) to the company’s head office at Jalan Sungai Tapang for further action. Senior Manager of Logistics & Services, Sarius Lee explained, “For houses with damaged bins, our operations staff will leave notification leaflets advising the household to call Trienekens’ hotline for further instructions and advice. Those who wish to exchange their bin must bring/transport their damaged b Read More »

  • Early Waste Collection Services For Hari Raya

    Published on 19 June 2017
    KUCHING: Trienekens (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd announced that the collection services for certain areas with Monday collection in the city will be brought forward to the eve of Hari Raya (Saturday, 24 June 2017) while Saturday collection areas shall be according to its normal schedule. According to Trienekens’ Department Manager for Logistics Operations III, Halix Kuyong, the company’s operation teams will be working on double shifts on Hari Raya eve to ensure that the accumulating waste from the celebrating zones are cleared in time before the festival. “Waste volume increases significantly especially on days leading up to Hari Raya and we would like to seek the public’s cooperation to pack their waste properly to prevent spillage and to help ease the collection process,” said Halix. The affected areas are: Kuching North City Commission (DBKU) areas:  Gita/ Petra Jaya : Taman Fatah, Taman Matang Indah, Taman Won Baru, Taman Won, Taman Kandis, Taman Nanas, Taman Matang In Read More »

  • Stop Illegal Dumping, DBKU and Trienekens Tell Public

    Published on 3 March 2017
    KUCHING: Trienekens (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd and Kuching North City Commission (DBKU) are urging the public to refrain from dumping their waste indiscriminately as the problem is becoming prevalent especially at the city’s outskirt areas. Both agencies recently carried out a joint site inspection at several illegal dumping spots found near the Loba Kora Bridge at Jalan Baru Matang/Santubong/Jalan Akses FOC, Kuching. According to Trienekens’ Senior Manager of Logistics and Services, Sarius Lee, “These unsightly spots are turning into a potential health hazard to those living in the area. We would like to seek the cooperation of nearby residents to manage and throw their waste responsibly without polluting the environment and their living space. If they have excessive or bulky wastes to dispose of, especially for small traders, the waste can be disposed of at the nearest designated bin centres. For those who have renovation waste, larger size containers such as the RoRo containers are Read More »

  • MBKS And Trienekens Call For Public Cooperation To Tackle Illegal Dumping

    Published on 3 March 2017
    KUCHING: Trienekens (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd and The Council of the City of Kuching South (MBKS) are appealing for the public’s cooperation to prevent illegal dumping of waste which has become increasingly widespread in Lorong 28 Jalan Stampin Baru, behind the shop-houses at Jalan Setia Raja and in other areas governed by the Council. “Illegal dumping is a serious problem for us as this irresponsible act affects the health and safety of both the public and the environment,” said MBKS Councillor, Cr. Haji Mohamad Taufik bin Abdul Ghani. “MBKS and Trienekens are currently working together to manage the illegal dumping cases found under the council’s jurisdictions,” he added. Illegal waste dumping frequently occurs on vacant or private properties including abandoned industrial, commercial or residential buildings. Other common places are in back alleys, along roadsides, in cul-de-sacs, along rural roads and down secluded valleys. The most common waste disposed was found to b Read More »

  • Illegal Dumping Raises Public Health Risks

    Published on 21 February 2017
    [caption id="attachment_2665" align="aligncenter" width="548"] ROADSIDE DUMP…Cr. Lo (left) and Lee (2nd left) inspecting one of the illegal dumping spots along Jalan Kpg Sungai Tengah off Sejijak, accompanied by Trienekens Junior Supervisor, Atkinson William. The site is littered with bulky wastes left by irresponsible individuals creating nuisance and eyesore.[/caption] KUCHING: In a joint effort to eradicate the city’s illegal dumping problems, Padawan Municipal Council (MPP) and Trienekens (Sarawak) Sdn. Bhd. are reminding the public to stop dumping their waste illegally at random and obscure locations as the habit may lead to the outbreak of dangerous diseases that could harm the well-being of the surrounding residents. According to MPP Chairman, YB Cr. Lo Khere Chiang, such spots are potential breeding grounds for mosquitoes, rats or other pests. Therefore, creating possible health risks such as dengue, leptospirosis or other related diseases to those living in the near Read More »