Sahabat Alam Malaysia also asks where the rare earths company will build its permanent disposal facility for its waste.
Indonesia's crackdown on imported foreign waste upsets the villagers of Bangun, who claim they earn more money sorting through piles of garbage than growing rice.
Fuziah Salleh says Kuantan citizens will be exposed to radioactive waste for another four years until a cracking and leaching facility is built outside Malaysia.
Consumers can bring about huge changes and influence even the big companies to do more about protecting the environment.
State and federal governments agree at a conference to draw up a timeline for developing their own recycling capabilities.
Wong Tack, a vocal critic of Lynas, hits out at the suggestion for disused mines to be utilised to manage waste.
Even developed countries don’t use incinerators anymore due to pollution concerns, says consumer group.
About 180 countries reached a deal in May to amend the Basel Convention to make global trade in plastic waste more transparent and better regulated.
Cambodian authorities say they would send the waste back to its stated countries of origin – the United States and Canada.
Malaysian Nature Society says it may cost more but would solve many problems with land, transport, maintenance and health.
Shanghai launches China's 'most ambitious' garbage separation and recycling programme as the country confronts a growing heap of trash.
KinraraMas residents want waste to be removed as stench and leachate is causing them to fall ill.
Suaram adviser Kua Kia Soong asks whether this is a unilateral decision by Dr Mahathir Mohamad or a Cabinet decision.
The housing and local government minister says such plants are needed to clean up the accumulated rubbish in the country
It says a government review committee has found the company has abided by storage regulations.
The phones were rigged to a metal frame and synchronised so their screens would flash in various colours.
PM must stop Perak from wasting money and industrial land on new aerospace project in Manjung.
They should focus on the many oil palm mills along the Kinabatangan River in Sabah’s east coast and fuel stations, they say.
State executive councillor says will act against owner of BM site where okra powder had been dumped, despite previous action against the same owner, and others who disregard the law.
The Department of Environment says there is no imminent risk to the people or environment, although an NGO feels otherwise.
Fuziah Salleh says the Australian rare earths company should not delay or put up a 'show' to mislead the people.
Residents want the culprit nabbed over the "thoughtless deed" which sent many to hopsital.
Any fresh waste will complicate efforts to remove the existing residue, says Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh.
In Davos this week, UN, WEF and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development began the first global call to action to go against e-waste.