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Program Rakan Sungai IWK Kluang 2019 Sungai Sayong Renggam

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Date:
14th September 2019

Place/Venue:
Sungai Sayong Renggam, Kluang

Participants:
Students Faculty of Civil Engineering (FKAAS), Research Centre for Soft Soils (RECESS)

Description:
On 14th September 2019, Faculty of Civil Engineering (FKAAS) in collaboration with Research Centre for Soft Soils (RECESS) has successfully organised a “Program Rakan Sungai IWK Kluang 2019 Sungai Sayong Renggam”. This program runs weekly on Saturday and attended by students from the Faculty of Civil Engineering (FKAAS). In addition, the program is open to UTHM students who wish to participate in the clean-up activities. The clean-up activities including clean-up the river area, well, drainage areas and the trees along the river. Hence, this program delivering the importance of collaboration between local communities with all the parties in an effort to maintain a clean and healthy ecosystem towards sustainability. In addition, safe and healthy environment creates a relaxing atmosphere and making the air more pleasant and refreshing. Therefore, this program greatly benefits UTHM students in preserving our environment not only for today but also future.