CLEAN ZONE

CLEAN ZONE​

Introduction

  1. A Clean Zone is an area that has been identified and selected based on an unsatisfactory level of cleanliness to be upgraded as a clean area. 

  2. Based on the results of the Management Meeting No. 03/2013 dated 20 February 2013, the Management confirmed that the areas selected for the Clean Zone Programme 2013 were Sections 2, 3, 4 and 5. This selection was made as the areas were the earliest development in Shah Alam and much effort was needed for improvement and maintenance of their public facilities and infrastructure.

Goals 

To instil the awareness, culture and love for cleanliness through community participation, making the state the cleanest in Malaysia.

Scoring Criteria ​And Evaluation

​​CRITERIA​​​

MARKS

​Monitoring Cleanliness​ ​300 Mark
Maintenance of Infrastructure ​200 Mark
​​Landscape Maintenance​ ​250 Mark
Maintenance of Public Facilities ​200 Mark
Complaints Management​ ​50 Mark
Community Involvement ​200 Mark
​Documentation ​100 Mark
​Auditing Old Zone areas​ ​100 Mark

Role Of Local Authorities

​Clean Zone Committee level local authorities

MA​IN COMM​​​ITTEE​

Main Committee



Functions of the Main Committee. 

  1. Discuss and decide the implementation of Clean Zone in each LA that involve external agencies; and.​

  2. Plan Clean Zone programmes and activities 

COMMITTEE SUPP​ORT / TECHNICAL​​

Committee Support

Functions of Implementation/Technical Committee

  1. Implementing all decisions made by the Main Committee 

  2. Carrying out Clean Zone programmes and activities 

  3. Provide reports of the implementation of Clean Zone to the Clean Zone Secretariat, SUK; 

  4. Assist the secretariat in monitoring the progress of each job; and 

  5. Each committee presents its report in the main committee​