Mubarak (centre, in dark jacket) and councillor Harvinder singh (right) checking grease traps at stalls along lorong selamat during an operation against food operators who fail to install grease traps. — Photos: CHAN BOON KAI/The Star
THE Penang Island City Council (MBPP) is coming down hard on food operators who fail to install grease traps in their premises.
In a move to prevent drains from clogging up which could trigger flash floods, the MPPP has launched a full-scale operation against offenders.
Councillor Wong Yuee Harng advised hawkers not to think only about making profits, but also to have a proper waste management.
“The state government has spent millions of ringgit on drainage systems.