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KUALA LUMPUR – A shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, has upgraded a Recycling and Buy-Back Centre (RBBC) it launched back in 2009, enabling consumers to sustainably dispose of clothing, amongst other things.

The IPC Shopping Centre has, since its inception, taken in restricted types of recyclables – including cardboard, newspaper, paper, plastics and metals – but was earlier this month revamped.

Karyn Lim, general manager of IPC Shopping Centre, said: “We have transformed our RBBC into a self-service digitalised recycling drop off wall with brand new interior design, to become an engaging green community centre that integrates with our business.”

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