Irresponsible dumping in S'pore still going on but less of an issue thanks to cleaners

Broken furniture and unwanted items in a corner at Boon Tiong.
Broken furniture and unwanted items in a corner at Boon Tiong.ST PHOTO: NATALIE TAN
Unwanted furniture left at a bin centre at Lorong 6 Toa Payoh.
Unwanted furniture left at a bin centre at Lorong 6 Toa Payoh.ST PHOTO: NATALIE TAN

SINGAPORE - For Madam Iris Toh, a resident in Lorong 8 Toa Payoh for 39 years, the weeks leading up to Chinese New Year are usually frustrating.

That is because she would come across cabinets and shoe racks dumped at lift landings and discarded sofas beside rubbish chutes, as residents start spring cleaning.

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