Half of Bidadari BTO project back on pneumatic waste system as improper dumping comes down

However, three blocks at Alkaff CourtView in Bidadari estate are still having their rubbish collected by workers for the time being.
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SINGAPORE - After months of battling a choked waste system which caused foul smells, some residents of a Bidadari Build-To-Order (BTO) project are beginning to breathe easy again.

The pneumatic waste conveyance system has been switched on again for half of them, while the other half are still relying on manual rubbish collection.

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