Luyang District – HFLYWMW http://hflywmw.com/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 01:14:32 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://hflywmw.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default.png Luyang District – HFLYWMW http://hflywmw.com/ 32 32 26 flood centers in six districts | Daily Express Online https://hflywmw.com/26-flood-centers-in-six-districts-daily-express-online/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 01:14:32 +0000 https://hflywmw.com/26-flood-centers-in-six-districts-daily-express-online/ 26 flood centers in six districts Posted on: Tuesday 04 January 2022 By: Sherell Jeffrey, Hayati Dzulkifli Text size: Mohd Zaidi, as the disaster operations commander who will lead the various relief agencies, posing on Sunday with the staff involved in the training. Kota Kinabalu: Some 26 flood evacuation centers were activated in six districts […]]]>

26 flood centers in six districts

Posted on: Tuesday 04 January 2022

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Mohd Zaidi, as the disaster operations commander who will lead the various relief agencies, posing on Sunday with the staff involved in the training.

Kota Kinabalu: Some 26 flood evacuation centers were activated in six districts affected by the floods on Monday. By 4 p.m., the State Civil Defense Force had registered 1,231 families in the affected districts, killing a total of 3,329. The low-lying areas of Kota Marudu were the hardest hit with at least 1,061 families and 2,765 flood victims, followed by Pitas (216 flood victims), Telupid (159 victims), Paitan sub-district (106 victims) and Beluran (41 victims).

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Women topped the list with 1,138, followed by 922 men, 678 boys and 591 girls, out of a total of 3,329 flood victims. At least three villages in Pitas were flooded and access to 21 other villages was cut off. Likewise, 16 villages in Telupid were inundated, while 23 villages in Paitan sub-district were inundated. Sandakan, Lahad Datu, Ranau and Kinabatangan were also affected, as were other low-lying villages. Landslides were also recorded at Jalan Kompleks Sukan Ranau and Kg Warisan of Kinabatangan.

A Civil Defense Force team monitors the flooding situation in Kota Marudu.

Meanwhile, 38 housing estates and villages in Kota Kinabalu have been identified as potentially flood-prone areas whenever there is heavy rains, said ACP municipal police chief Mohd Zaidi Abdullah.

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They are in Luyang, Inanam and Manggatal. These areas are divided into two categories, namely 24 in category “A” which are prone to flooding, and the remainder in category “B”, in the Operational Action Plan (PTO) for flood operations. “The categories are divided according to the potential for flooding such as category ‘A’ where the possibility of flooding every time it rains is very high. “For category ‘B’ the risk of flooding is lower,” he said. Mohd Zaidi said that thanks to the division of categories, relief operations can be mobilized more robustly and efficiently, adding that the relief team involving various agencies is always ready to deal with any disaster. Regarding the “Latika Andaian Op Banjir” program, he said it aimed to further strengthen preparedness and full cooperation between the police and various other relief agencies. The program is also early preparation for all agencies involved to deal with any eventuality in the future, especially during the northeast monsoon right now. The training involved 24 officers and 60 personnel from the Police, Malaysian Fire and Rescue Service (JBPM), Civil Defense Force (APM), Army and Malaysian Volunteer Service (Rela ). “In fact, this program can also further strengthen the management system of the scene checkpoint (PKTK) or known as ‘Pusat Kawalan Tempat Kejadian’ where it also gives the pulse of the rescue of victims and property involved in every disaster. “If the PKTK is slow to activate, rescue efforts will also face difficulties due to weaknesses in the management aspect between agencies, such as delayed or delayed operations. “Rescue efforts involving various agencies must be conducted in an integrated manner in accordance with National Security Council (MKN) standard operating procedures (SOP),” he said.
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2022 marks the 20th anniversary of Euro-Xinhua circulation https://hflywmw.com/2022-marks-the-20th-anniversary-of-euro-xinhua-circulation/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 08:50:32 +0000 https://hflywmw.com/2022-marks-the-20th-anniversary-of-euro-xinhua-circulation/ A woman walks past a poster showing the euro at 20 outside a building of the European institution in Brussels, Belgium, December 30, 2021. Euro banknotes and coins have been physically introduced into the countries of the euro zone in circulation on January 1, 2002. The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the […]]]>

A woman walks past a poster showing the euro at 20 outside a building of the European institution in Brussels, Belgium, December 30, 2021. Euro banknotes and coins have been physically introduced into the countries of the euro zone in circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Zheng Huansong)

The euro sign is visible on an ATM in Brussels, Belgium, December 30, 2021. Euro banknotes and coins were physically introduced into euro area countries into circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Zheng Huansong)

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The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Jin Mamengni)

Euro coins are seen in Brussels, Belgium on December 30, 2021. Euro banknotes and coins were physically introduced into euro area countries into circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Zheng Huansong)

The Colosseum motif can be seen on the back of the 5-cent coin in Rome, Italy on December 30, 2021. Euro banknotes and coins were physically introduced into euro area countries into circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Jin Mamengni)

The photo taken on December 30, 2021 shows the Euro sculpture in Frankfurt, Germany. Euro banknotes and coins were physically introduced into the euro area countries in circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Lu Yang)

Euro 20 banknotes can be viewed in Brussels, Belgium on December 30, 2021. Euro banknotes and coins were physically introduced into euro area countries into circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Zheng Huansong)

Euro banknotes and coins are seen in Brussels, Belgium on December 30, 2021. Euro banknotes and coins were physically introduced into euro area countries into circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Zheng Huansong)

The combined photo shows the Colosseum in Rome, Italy on August 4, 2021 (top) and the Colosseo motif on the back of the 5-cent coin in Rome, Italy on December 30, 2021. The banknotes and coins in euros were physically introduced into euro area countries in circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Jin Mamengni)

Colosseo designs can be seen on the backs of 5-cent coins in Rome, Italy on December 30, 2021. Euro banknotes and coins were physically introduced into euro area countries into circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Jin Mamengni)

A resident shows euro banknotes in Brussels, Belgium, December 30, 2021. Euro banknotes and coins were physically introduced into euro area countries into circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Zheng Huansong)

The photo taken on December 30, 2021 shows the Euro sculpture in Frankfurt, Germany. Euro banknotes and coins were physically introduced into the euro area countries in circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Lu Yang)

The combined photo shows the Colosseum in Rome, Italy on August 4, 2021 (top), the front side of a 5-cent coin in Rome, Italy on December 30, 2021 (L, bottom) and the Colosseo motif on the reverse side of the 5-cent coin in Rome, Italy on December 30, 2021. Euro banknotes and coins were physically introduced into euro area countries into circulation on January 1, 2002.

The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Jin Mamengni)

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The new year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the circulation of the euro. (Xinhua / Jin Mamengni)

Euro 20 banknotes can be viewed in Brussels, Belgium on December 30, 2021. Euro banknotes and coins were physically introduced into euro area countries into circulation on January 1, 2002.

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Cebu’s electricity, water and telecommunications services down after “Odette” https://hflywmw.com/cebus-electricity-water-and-telecommunications-services-down-after-odette/ Fri, 17 Dec 2021 10:41:01 +0000 https://hflywmw.com/cebus-electricity-water-and-telecommunications-services-down-after-odette/ TYPHON Odette (RAI) cut off electricity, water and telecommunications services in much of Cebu when it struck the province on Thursday evening, December 16, 2021. It blew maximum sustained winds of 175 kilometers per hour near the center with gusts of up to 240 kilometers per hour when it crashed into Carcar City, in south […]]]>

TYPHON Odette (RAI) cut off electricity, water and telecommunications services in much of Cebu when it struck the province on Thursday evening, December 16, 2021.

It blew maximum sustained winds of 175 kilometers per hour near the center with gusts of up to 240 kilometers per hour when it crashed into Carcar City, in south Cebu, at 10 p.m. Thursday.

As of 7 p.m. on Friday, December 17, electricity was still off in many areas of Metro Cebu and Visayan Electric Co., which serves around 1.73 million people in the cities of Cebu, Mandaue, Talisay, Naga and four municipalities in most of Metro Cebu – Liloan, Consolacion, Minglanilla and San Fernando – have yet to give an estimate of when it could restore power to its franchise area.

“As much as we would like to revitalize our franchise area right away, the extent of the damage caused by the typhoon is preventing us from doing so. We will first clean the line before restoring power, ”he said on his Facebook page.

The company asked its customers to understand that it could not immediately address their concerns, saying its team members were also victims of the typhoon and also ensuring the safety of their respective families.

At 2 p.m. on Friday, the Cebu Metropolitan Water District (MCWD) said its supply from its bulk water supplier Cebu Manila Water Development (CMWD) in the city of Carmen was also increasing “gradually.”

MCWD cited the affected areas as the towns of Compostela, Liloan and Consolacion; the towns of Mandaue and Lapu-Lapu; and the following areas in Cebu City: MJ Cuenco Avenue, Lower Mabolo, North Recovery Area, Jetty Area; Barangays Carreta, Lorega San Miguel, Tejero, T. Padilla and Tinago; and part of Imus.

The CMWD facility sources water from the Luyang River in Luyang, Carmen, Cebu.

On Thursday, a few hours before Typhoon Odette arrived in Cebu, MCWD announced that its pumps had stopped working throughout its franchise area due to numerous service interruptions from Visayan Electric Co. and Mactan Electric Co. Inc.

He said his water supply to Carmen was also cut off because the water had turned cloudy.

Regarding telecommunications services, Globe Telecom said strong winds and torrential rains in Odette affected its data and mobile services in Visayas and Mindanao.

Globe Telecom said by 6 p.m. on Friday it had restored services to Zamboanga del Sur, Zamboanga Sibugay and Bukidnon as restoration efforts continued in other areas.

The affected provinces were Cebu, Bohol, Leyte, Southern Leyte, Samar, Iloilo, Eastern Samar, Western Samar, Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental, Siquijor, Guimaras, Dinagat Islands, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur, Agusan del Sur, Agusan del Norte, Camiguin and Palawan.

Globe said the outages were caused by multiple fiber cuts and lack of commercial electricity.

The phone company said restoration efforts are underway and its LTE @ Home Postpaid, Broadband Wireline and GOMO services are up and running.

At 11 a.m. on Friday, Smart Communications warned that Smart subscribers in Mindanao could experience disruption in mobile data and voice services due to “multiple fiber-optic cable breaks” caused by Typhoon Odette.

“We have started sending emergency charging assistance to those heavily impacted by Odette so those affected can stay in touch with loved ones while we make the repairs,” the company said in a Facebook post.


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Kojasa Mart opens second point of sale, 30 more later https://hflywmw.com/kojasa-mart-opens-second-point-of-sale-30-more-later/ Mon, 13 Dec 2021 09:29:20 +0000 https://hflywmw.com/kojasa-mart-opens-second-point-of-sale-30-more-later/ Salleh (third from left) and guests at the opening of the Kojasa Mart in Anjung Selera. KOTA KINABALU (December 13): Buying affordable basic necessities just got easier for city dwellers with the opening of the second Kojasa Mart, an initiative of the investment arm of the state government, Qhazanah Sabah Berhad (QSB). The second Kojasa […]]]>

Salleh (third from left) and guests at the opening of the Kojasa Mart in Anjung Selera.

KOTA KINABALU (December 13): Buying affordable basic necessities just got easier for city dwellers with the opening of the second Kojasa Mart, an initiative of the investment arm of the state government, Qhazanah Sabah Berhad (QSB).

The second Kojasa Mart store on the popular Anjung Selera resort in Likas was launched on Sunday by QSB Chairman Datuk Seri Panglima, Dr Salleh Said Keruak.

Kojasa Mart is operated by the subsidiary of QSB Kojasa Holdings Bhd.

The launch of the second outlet also marks a turning point for Kojasa Holdings Bhd, the company embarking on an entrepreneurship program similar to a franchise program to open at least 30 Kojasa Mart stores around Sabah during the year to come.

QSB Deputy Managing Director (Investment) Joehary Ismail said Kojasa Holdings will expand the entrepreneurship program with the aim of inviting young entrepreneurs to venture into operating future Kojasa Mart outlets through a license program. The program would be under the responsibility of Kojasa Trading Sdn Bhd.

“While Kojasa Mart stores will promote local products to stimulate small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) here, outlets in different neighborhoods will cater to various store owners,” he said, adding that this would help stabilize the prices of essential products. and ensure that they are affordable for low income groups B40 and M40.

“This reflects the core of QSB’s mission to align with the leadership of Sabah Maju Jaya,” Joehary added.

When opening the second Kojasa Mart store, Joehary noted that the launch took place just a month after the first store opened in Suria Inanam and that each performed a different function.

“The launch of our second outlet is important for the company as it reflects the direction of the management to offer a new destination for the grocery store, especially for the huge population of Likas, Luyang and other areas. of Kota Kinabalu, ”he said after the event.

“The First Store, on the other hand, is designed to cater for the online wholesale purchases of micro, small and medium-sized businesses. In this new outlet, we aim to provide a variety of grocery items, including local products, in order to stimulate the domestic market among local entrepreneurs, ”explained Joehary.

He said operations at Anjung Selera Kojasa Mart are assisted by artificial intelligence (AI) through a centralized monitoring system providing live updates on available inventory. This is the result of a collaboration between QSB and a local company, EPOST, through a memorandum signed on April 10 of this year.

“It is high time that our retail business moved from conventional to digital-based methods. In addition to maximizing the efficiency and developing the know-how of our employees, having a centralized monitoring system will reduce the risk of a disrupted supply chain and the need for intermediaries.

It is also the best way to ensure transparency and that is what we are aiming for at Kojasa Mart today, ”added Joehary.

He said Kojasa Mart is also working with local contractors and delivery service provider KOJAX Sdn Bhd to leverage the use of apps for customer deliveries within a 20km radius of Kojasa Mart’s respective outlet.

Meanwhile, in conjunction with the fast approaching Christmas celebrations, Kojasa Mart is running the Kojasa Christmas Bundle promotion, offering 10 packages that include a mix of groceries such as cooking oil, rice, macaroni, pasta sauces and a variety of chocolates costing between RM25 and RM100 each. These promotional items can be purchased at Suria Inanam and Anjung Selera outlets.

Also present at the opening ceremony were QSB Executive Director Tuan Haji Mohd Shukor Abdul Mumin and Group Managing Director Ahmad Rizal Dahli and Kojasa Holdings Berhad Chairman Dato Baror @ Baharul Bin Sawi.








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Bersatu, Country Heights roads under study | Daily Express Online https://hflywmw.com/bersatu-country-heights-roads-under-study-daily-express-online/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 07:25:08 +0000 https://hflywmw.com/bersatu-country-heights-roads-under-study-daily-express-online/ Bersatu, the roads of Country Heights under study Posted on: Friday, November 19, 2021 By: Sidney Skinner Text size: Jalan Bersatu’s poor condition. The Public Works Department (PWD) is checking Jalan Bersatu’s condition as a developer tends to damaged sections of the roads around the Country Heights apartments. This follows separate complaints from a driver […]]]>

Bersatu, the roads of Country Heights under study

Posted on: Friday, November 19, 2021

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Jalan Bersatu’s poor condition.

The Public Works Department (PWD) is checking Jalan Bersatu’s condition as a developer tends to damaged sections of the roads around the Country Heights apartments. This follows separate complaints from a driver in Luyang and an apartment owner in Penampang. on the inconvenience caused by potholes and dirt on these sections. A spokesperson for PWD said he was aware of the development happening along part of Jalan Bersatu.

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“A team from our Kota Kinabalu branch will be dispatched to determine if there is any basis for the motorist’s claims,” he said. He said the agency should also check whether the developer had permission to use the road to access the construction site. “Passage permission should have been granted to individual entrepreneurs to use the section if that was the case.

This road inside Country Heights is dug to allow the installation of pipes.

“He should have accepted several conditions, including those concerning road maintenance, before receiving this approval. The spokesperson said the developer would be reminded of this and asked to keep their word. “He / she will have to resurface the section once the project is completed.” In the meantime, he said, the company would be instructed to pour gravel over the damaged sections and level the road to provide drivers with temporary relief. “Where appropriate, a notice to this effect will be sent to management. He said PWD agents would from time to time check the condition of the section to determine if the developer had complied with the agency’s instructions. YUK from Luyang said the potholes that had formed in Jalan Bersatu were a problem for motorists. “Drivers, especially those who live in Taman Kim Leng and Jesselton condominiums, end up scratching the undercarriages of their vehicles whenever they pass over damaged sections of the road,” she said. “Potholes have become so numerous that road users can no longer swerve to avoid them. She said the damage could have been caused by trucks traveling to and from a construction site along the stretch. “I suspect this is due to the weight of the heavy vehicles on the road.”

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Workers repair potholes inside Country Heights with gravel.

Yuk said the trucks also dirtied the stretch. As a result, the road became muddy during a downpour and dusty when the weather was sunny, she said. “I am concerned that the soil left on the section could be washed into the sewers and clog these structures. She believed the poor condition of the road was dangerous for motorists and hoped local authorities would act before anyone was injured. “I have expressed my concerns to the town hall, but so far nothing has been done to improve the condition of the section.” A spokesperson for City Hall’s engineering department confirmed the road was damaged and muddy during an inspection earlier this month. “However, we are powerless to intervene because the section is not under our maintenance,” he said. “The driver’s grievance was passed on to the disabled person. Meanwhile, the Management Company (MC) of Country Heights Apartments had repaired many potholes inside the complex with a crusher and was trying to repair damaged sections of the road between Blocks 3H and 3I. .

A worker cleans weeds and mud from a sheltered parking lot.

A spokesperson for MC said a preliminary investigation in September found the damage was caused by water that had collected on the road during a downpour. “We are in the process of replacing the pipes under the road so that runoff can be channeled more efficiently to the nearest monsoon drain,” he said. “The section has been partially excavated to install new perforated pipes. It will be the same later in the other section. He said the road would be resurfaced from end to end once the drainage issue was resolved. “We hope to have a new coat of asphalt applied to the road by the start of next year.” STAN of Penampang lamented the deplorable state of the road near his apartment building, which he said was full of potholes. “MC staff assured me in March that the section would be repaired, but they were very relaxed to keep their word,” he said. He was also unhappy with the lack of maintenance carried out on the parking lot where his unit was located. Stan said the road surface under the shelters was encrusted with layers of mud that became slippery during a downpour. “I missed falling several times when it rains.

Potholes on this section at block 3H and 3I causing damage to tenants’ vehicles.

“It struck me that an elderly resident or a mother-to-be could easily be injured if they stumble and fall while walking to and from their car.” Stan provided Hotline with the location of his apartment which was forwarded to the MC. The MC spokesperson said measures to deal with the road had been delayed by the implementation of improved movement control orders on the property, as well as the inclement weather the district experienced during the last few months. He said the company would arrange to have protected parking areas cleaned from time to time. “Our maintenance staff will remove any dirt and mud that could make the road surface slippery. ”
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Aluminum Silicate Fiber Market Size by Key Companies, Trends by Types and Applications, Forecast to 2028 https://hflywmw.com/aluminum-silicate-fiber-market-size-by-key-companies-trends-by-types-and-applications-forecast-to-2028/ Mon, 15 Nov 2021 08:10:49 +0000 https://hflywmw.com/aluminum-silicate-fiber-market-size-by-key-companies-trends-by-types-and-applications-forecast-to-2028/ New Jersey, United States, – This Aluminum Silicate Fiber market report study describes a productive and motivated industry along with a market prognosis. Industry players would be able to make smart decisions based on the results of the study. Overall, research is a useful tool in establishing a competitive advantage over competitors and long-term profitability […]]]>

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  • Morgan Advanced Materials
  • Unifrax
  • Luyang energy saving materials
  • Ibiden
  • Harbison Walker International
  • Isolite insulation products
  • NUTEC Group
  • Yeso insulation products
  • Rath
  • FibreCast

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  • Aluminum silicate fiber board
  • Aluminum silicate fiber felt
  • Aluminum silicate fiber rope

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  • Chemical
  • Electric power
  • Mechanical
  • Other

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Market size available for years 2021 – 2028
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Historical data 2015 – 2019
Forecast period 2021 – 2028
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Based on geography, the global aluminum silicate fiber market has segmented as follows:

    • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
    • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
    • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
    • Asia-Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

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High Temperature Insulating Ceramic Fiber Materials Market Size by Major Companies, Trends by Types and Applications, Forecast to 2028 https://hflywmw.com/high-temperature-insulating-ceramic-fiber-materials-market-size-by-major-companies-trends-by-types-and-applications-forecast-to-2028/ Sat, 13 Nov 2021 19:36:57 +0000 https://hflywmw.com/high-temperature-insulating-ceramic-fiber-materials-market-size-by-major-companies-trends-by-types-and-applications-forecast-to-2028/ New Jersey, United States, – This High Temperature Insulating Ceramic Fiber Materials Market report study describes a productive and motivated industry along with a market prognosis. Industry players would be able to make smart decisions based on the results of the study. Overall, research is a useful tool in establishing a competitive advantage over competitors […]]]>

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  • Luyang energy saving materials
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  • 6000C-11000C (1112 ° F-2012 ° F)
  • 11000C-15000C (2012 ° F-2732 ° F)
  • 15000C-17000C (2732 ° F-3092 ° F)
  • 17000C and over (3092Â ° F)

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  • Ceramic
  • A glass
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  • Others

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Historical data 2015 – 2019
Forecast period 2021 – 2028
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    • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
    • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
    • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
    • Asia-Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

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Food Trip to Plaza Miranda – Manila Newsletter https://hflywmw.com/food-trip-to-plaza-miranda-manila-newsletter/ https://hflywmw.com/food-trip-to-plaza-miranda-manila-newsletter/#respond Thu, 11 Nov 2021 01:30:00 +0000 https://hflywmw.com/food-trip-to-plaza-miranda-manila-newsletter/ CRISPY MILK Daing na bangus Manila Food & Drink Tours normally focus on Divisoria, Chinatown, Sta. Cruz, and the region of Malate-Ermita. Very often neglected, the Quiapo district is more often associated with religious rites centered on the miraculous image of the black Nazarene. Due to this misconception, the food found on the streets around […]]]>
CRISPY MILK Daing na bangus

Manila Food & Drink Tours normally focus on Divisoria, Chinatown, Sta. Cruz, and the region of Malate-Ermita. Very often neglected, the Quiapo district is more often associated with religious rites centered on the miraculous image of the black Nazarene. Due to this misconception, the food found on the streets around Quiapo Church and Plaza Miranda remains largely unknown.

Herbs to cook, care for and plant – When Thai cuisine became a hit in Manila, cooks found it almost impossible to find the herbs requested in the original recipes. Very few people knew that these herbs are cultivated in the Philippines and sold largely for medicinal purposes alongside talismans (anting-anting) and love potions on the sidewalks around Quiapo Church. You just have to know what they are called in Tagalog.

Holy basil is called sulasi. It is widely used in Mindanao dishes. The herb is sold fresh and ready to cook or plant. Red ginger or galangal buds, known to sellers as langkawas, are easy to grow using pieces of the roots sold in Quiapo. Mature stems of oregano, rosemary (romero), mint (herba Buena) and turmeric roots (luyang dilaw) also await the plantitas.

Herbal vendors generously share tips on using herbs for various ailments.

LIKE PUMPKINS Heirloom tomatoes

For real Ilocanos – The hard-to-find Ilocano vegetable line on one side of R. Hidalgo Street, once famous for camera repair shops in the days of film photography. Farmers and vendors in regions 1 and 2 lovingly care for papait leaves still complete with roots and soil, flowers resembling locoton or imbaba-o worms, white katuray flowers, unopened kalabasa flowers, long green peppers without heat, red multiplier onions, and heirloom pumpkin-shaped tomatoes.

To complete the list of authentic ingredients, the place also sells bagoong fish to use in dips and add to dinengdeng.

Fish pasalubong – Ready-to-cook fish from the villages around Laguna de Bay are sold in huge bamboo baskets where Villalobos Street begins in Plaza Miranda. Baby daing na bangus are sold by the tumpok, as low as four pieces for 50. They fry so crisp, the bones and everything.

Danggit Lagoon – Tilapia multiply so quickly that millions of tilapia fry were once considered pests, eating all the food intended for the bangus. Then someone dried the little fish just like Cebu’s famous danggit, and the rest is history. A new value-added product was born and became a great success.

Pinangat or sinaing? – Very popular for home consumption and as a gift, the na tulingan pinangat is brought every afternoon from the seaside towns of Batangas. Also called sinaing, the fish is covered with pork fat and dried kamia fruit in a large palayok (clay pot) for several hours until the fish bones become tender and every drop of fish oil. oozes fish.

FISH COOKED IN PALAYOK Pinangat na tulingan, also called sinaing

Sinaing, often wrapped in banana leaves, lasts several days without refrigeration, longer if leftovers are fried or cooked with gata (coconut milk). Crumbled, the meat could even be mixed with mayonnaise and chopped onions or pickles to make sandwiches and salads.

Also called sinaing, the fish is covered with pork fat and dried kamia fruit in a large palayok (clay pot) for several hours until the fish bones become tender and every drop of fish oil. oozes fish.

Bighead shrimp – Freshwater shrimp are abundant in Laguna Lake, but are ignored by fishermen as they have little commercial value, being only good in okoy or added to vegetable dishes.

An enterprising housewife cooks the shrimp, also called tagunton, in lots of coconut milk and chili peppers until oily and almost dry. The end product, now sold by the glass, is popular for pulutan and as meat.

Other surprises await adventurers. Just keep your eyes and mind open.


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P’pang Council Keeps Eye on Waste Issues | Daily Express Online https://hflywmw.com/ppang-council-keeps-eye-on-waste-issues-daily-express-online/ https://hflywmw.com/ppang-council-keeps-eye-on-waste-issues-daily-express-online/#respond Wed, 27 Oct 2021 04:58:53 +0000 https://hflywmw.com/ppang-council-keeps-eye-on-waste-issues-daily-express-online/ P’pang council monitors waste issues Posted on: Wednesday, October 27, 2021 By: Sidney Skinner Text size: Council employees load bagged waste at Grand Millennium Plaza into a compactor. Penampang District Council is monitoring garbage collection at Grand Millennium Plaza to ensure illegal dumping does not form around the mall, as Country Heights Apartments Management Company […]]]>

P’pang council monitors waste issues

Posted on: Wednesday, October 27, 2021

By: Sidney Skinner

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Council employees load bagged waste at Grand Millennium Plaza into a compactor.

Penampang District Council is monitoring garbage collection at Grand Millennium Plaza to ensure illegal dumping does not form around the mall, as Country Heights Apartments Management Company (MC) faces a problem similar to the pattern of ownership. A spokesperson for the agency said temporary outages in its service were partly to blame for waste issues at the two sites. “A ‘roll-on-and-roll-off (RORO)’ bin could not be placed in the Plaza at one point because the hydraulics of the truck, used to transport this receptacle, broke down earlier this month, “he said. .

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“To our dismay, we discovered that an illegal dump had arisen in the parking lot where the RORO bin should have been. ”

Country Heights tenants were unhappy with the trash that was leaking out of the trash cans near their blocks.

He said the council deployed a compactor and an open truck to aid efforts to clear the damage on the same day the irregularity came to light. “Our workers cleared the mound of bagged garbage and bulky waste, including pieces of wood and unwanted furniture, that had been dumped in this part of the mall. “The RORO bin was returned to the same place shortly after. The spokesperson said there had been no further setbacks in council collection since then, with the RORO bin, next to the parking lot, replaced at regular intervals. “The garbage around the Plaza is cleaned up daily. Regarding Country Heights, he said the collection was done five times a week, with council only responsible for the garbage removal from the apartment trash center.

Steps were also taken to dispose of bulky waste that had been dumped in this part of the Plaza.

“Our compactor does not go to the individual blocks here, so it is the responsibility of the MC workers to transport the waste from these buildings to the garbage center. The spokesperson admitted that the agency’s service was interrupted for a period between August and September due to Covid-related complications involving its collection staff. “Our compactor was also unable to access the bin center due to heavy rains at one point last month when the road to the property was flooded. “These issues, however, are a thing of the past and our collection at Country Heights is proceeding smoothly.” A spokesperson for MC said the company was inundated with complaints from apartment owners in September about trash overflowing from trash cans near their buildings.

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“We were informed, at the time, that many collectors in the Council had contracted Covid-19,” he said. “This information has been shared with our tenants. “However, when the situation started to get out of hand, we borrowed open trucks from two of our sister properties in Telipok to transport the waste from Country Heights to the Kayu Madang landfill.”

The MC loaned open trucks from its sister properties to Telipok to aid in efforts to haul waste away from Country Heights.

He said apartment maintenance staff were helping to load rubbish from the trash cans around the various blocks into these vehicles. “The Council resumed its fundraising at the end of last month. Since then, the MC has tackled the indiscriminate disposal of bulky waste on the ground. The spokesperson said company staff were on the lookout for tenants dumping unwanted items – like beds, wardrobes and sofas – in common areas. He admitted that the MC faced a daunting task in trying to solve these garbage problems. “Some apartment dwellers are taking the easy way out by piling their garbage here and there on the ground. “These inconsiderate individuals claim it is too far to walk to the center of the trash.” Council and MC spokespersons were responding to a complaint from an apartment owner about rats he had seen scurrying around the common area around the block where he was staying. LAWRENCE said this has been happening for a few months. “Rodents have even started to burrow into the engines of residents’ vehicles,” he said. He said the building’s garbage cans were always “in a mess,” with garbage strewn around those receptacles. “There are more than 100 households in my neighborhood and the waste generated by these families literally overflows in the trash cans. “I wonder if the stench of rotting garbage attracts rats to my block.” Lawrence said he contacted the MC on numerous occasions regarding these issues. The staff apparently informed him that they would get back to them on what to do next. “So, so far, they haven’t kept their word yet,” he said.

A RORO bin was then handed over to the parking lot in this section of the shopping center.

“I have to pay a monthly management fee which in my opinion is not being put to good use as rats continue to invade my house. “I think it is unfair to charge these fees if the services are not available.” Meanwhile, Luyang’s NIA has expressed its disgust at the mound of bagged trash in part of Grand Millennium Plaza. She stumbled across “the little rubbish hill” on her way back from a supermarket there. “As I passed this part of the center, my young son threw his toy out of the car window,” he said. “I had to stop and look for him among the vehicles that had been left in the parking lot.” Nia was stunned by what she saw, which she said poorly reflected the neighborhood. “I can only wonder what first-time visitors will think if they see the center. ”


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The edge | Rahim & Co Kota kinabalu Housing Property Monitor (2Q2021): Good Deals & Low Interest Rates Help KK Property Sales https://hflywmw.com/the-edge-rahim-co-kota-kinabalu-housing-property-monitor-2q2021-good-deals-low-interest-rates-help-kk-property-sales/ https://hflywmw.com/the-edge-rahim-co-kota-kinabalu-housing-property-monitor-2q2021-good-deals-low-interest-rates-help-kk-property-sales/#respond Thu, 14 Oct 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://hflywmw.com/the-edge-rahim-co-kota-kinabalu-housing-property-monitor-2q2021-good-deals-low-interest-rates-help-kk-property-sales/ Sabah‘s residential real estate market has shown some upward strength although it is still weaker than before the pandemic. “Despite the significant drop in residential property sales in 2020, real estate activity started to improve in 1H2021, although far from what it was before the pandemic,” explains the regional manager of Rahim & Co (Sabah […]]]>

Sabah‘s residential real estate market has shown some upward strength although it is still weaker than before the pandemic. “Despite the significant drop in residential property sales in 2020, real estate activity started to improve in 1H2021, although far from what it was before the pandemic,” explains the regional manager of Rahim & Co (Sabah ) Max Sylver Sintia, presenting the Kota Kinabalu Housing Property Monitor 2T2021.

“The residential sub-sector transaction volume in Sabah in 2Q2021 was 1,198, up 9.91% from the number of residential transactions in 2Q2020. The value of transactions increased by 32.08% to reach 501.73 million ringgit in 2Q2021 compared to 2Q2020. Compared to 2Q2019, however, the volume and value of transactions decreased by 24.7% and 2.94% respectively. “

The bulk of the deals took place in Kota Kinabalu, Penampang and Putatan, with a total of 673 units or 56.18%, valued at RM352.28 million. About 49.33% (591 units) were priced at RM 300,000 and below, followed by 31.05% (372 units) in the RM 300,001 to 500,000 level; 15.03% (180 units) in the range of RM500,001 to RM1 million; and 4.59% (55 units) in the RM 1 million bracket above.

According to Max, good deals and low interest rates are among the main reasons for residential property sales in Kota Kinabalu.

“The residential market will remain strong as long as the price is reasonable. The population of Kota Kinabalu continues to increase, especially with the influx of young people from other neighborhoods who find or seek employment in the city.

Max: As buyers, financiers, and developers are all in cautious mode, we expect the real estate market to remain soft (Photo by Rahim & Co)

He points out that properties located in traditional hotspots remain popular even in times of economic downturn. “The prices of our samples for landed residential properties remain resilient with minimal year-over-year growth in the quarter under review despite a lower percentage growth than in the years leading up to the pandemic. “

The issue of land scarcity limiting new developments has also played a role in price stability. “The demand for residential land properties in Kota Kinabalu district, such as in Luyang, Damai, Penampang, Kepayan, Kolombong and Putatan regions, will remain intact as there is little land suitable for development, especially land holdings. Prices for existing homes will hold firm due to the right location and buyers will never go wrong when buying in these areas.

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At the same time, notable transactions in the quarter under review include two acquisitions and one project open for sale.

In April, a 10.49 acre parcel along Jalan Bantayan-Minintod was acquired by Visaland Sdn Bhd for RM12.1 million. In the same month, a 0.5 acre plot facing Jalan Penampang and close to Queen Elizabeth Hospital was sold to Incoprime Sdn Bhd for RM 4.1 million.

“During the quarter under review, Taman Jelita’s new residential development in Tambalang, Tuaran – developed by Shelltown Development Sdn Bhd – started selling,” said Max.

Taman Jelita has 68 one-story terraced houses. The land area for mid-size units ranges from 1,460 to 2,214 square feet and for corner units, from 2,304 to 3,574 square feet. The sale price is between 304,000 RM and 476,000 RM. The development, located 5.6 km northwest of downtown Tuaran, has a 60% turnout after three months, according to Max.

He observed a cautious mindset among real estate players during this difficult time.

“While buyers, financiers and developers are all cautious, we expect the real estate market to remain sluggish. Market confidence should gradually return, but it will take time for our market to re-engage on the recovery path seen in 2019. ”

Two-storey terraced houses

2-story real estate properties in Monitor registered an average growth of 1.47% year-on-year for the quarter under review. This is a decrease of 1.81 percentage point (ppt) from 3.28% a year ago. While it may sound negative, Max points out that 1Q2021, which recorded an average growth of 1.78%, was in fact down 2.28 ppt from the previous year.

“Therefore, even though 2Q2021 saw lower year-over-year price growth, the percentage point decline was slightly better compared to 1Q2021.”

Monitor properties all showed growth except for Luyang Perdana, which remained unchanged. “The strongest year-over-year price growth was recorded at Ujana Kingfisher, with an increase of 2.56% to RM 600,000,” Max said.

This is followed by Golden Hill Garden (2.41% at RM 850,000), Taman Indah Permai (2.2% at RM 465,000), Taman Jindo (1.52% at RM 670,000), Millenium Height (0.81% at RM 620,000) and Taman Sri Borneo (0.76% at RM 660,000).

“Tart in the quarter, there was marginal growth for homes in Ujana Kingfisher, up 0.84%, followed by Millenium Height (0.81%), Taman Jindo (0.75%) and Golden Hill Garden (0.59%), while other developments showed no price. growth, ”says Max.

For this type of property, rental rates were unchanged both for the quarter and in 2Q2020.

Meanwhile, the average gross yield fell 0.05 ppt yoy to 3.66%. The highest yield was recorded at Millenium Height and Taman Indah Permai (both 3.87%), Taman Jindo (3.76%), Golden Hill Garden (3.67%), Ujana Kingfisher (3.5% ), Luyang Perdana (3.47%) and Taman Sri Borneo (3.45%).

One-story terraced houses

For monitor one-story townhouses, average price growth for the quarter under review fell 3.57 ppt to 2.9% from 6.47% a year ago. YoY performance for 1Q2021 fell 4.45 ppt from 2.93%. Thus, the 2T recorded a slight improvement in performance compared to the 1T.

All three individual areas under the monitor showed positive price growth. “The strongest year-on-year price growth was recorded in Taman Tuan Huat, with an increase of 4.55% to 460,000 RM, followed by Taman Nelly Ph 9 with 3.13% to 495,000 RM and Taman Sri Kepayan with 1.03% at RM 490,000.

“The Qoq results show that Taman Tuan Huat registers growth of 1.1%, followed by Taman Sri Kepayan with 1.03% and Taman Nelly Ph 9 with 1.02%,” said Max.

Rental rates were unchanged for the quarter and year.

As for yields, he notes: “The average gross yield achieved for one-story townhouses was 4.03%, down 0.11 ppt from 4.14% in 2Q2020. The highest yield was recorded in Taman Sri Kepayan with 4.29%, followed by Taman Tuan Huat (3.91%) and Taman Nelly Ph 9 (3.88%).

High rise buildings

The downward trend continued with condominiums in the Monitor, although prices for some condos remained stable. “Prices for the Bayshore condominiums and the Radiant Tower have remained unchanged, while others have fallen,” says Max.

On average, condo prices are down 4.12% to RM 523 per square foot, down from RM 544 per square foot a year ago. In 2Q2020, the year-over-year price growth was 1.34%. Thus, there was a price decrease of 5.46 ppt year-on-year during the quarter under review. Compared to year-on-year price growth in 1Q2021, the percentage point decline in 2Q2021 was slightly better, by 0.24ppt, he said.

For individual condominiums, the biggest drop in 2Q2021 was at 1 Borneo Condominium, which fell 9.8% to RM370 psf. Next come Likas Square (-7.1% at RM390 psf), Jesselton Condo (-4.9% at RM580 psf), Marina Court (-4.8% at RM600 psf), Alam Damai (-3.4% at RM570 psf) and The Peak Condominium (-3% to RM650 psf).

According to Max, in terms of qoq performance, 1 Borneo Condominium recorded a price drop of 2.9% while the others remained unchanged.

Meanwhile, condo rental rates have declined 12.55% year-over-year on average. Only the rents for Bayshore condominiums and radiant towers remained unchanged.

The biggest drop in rental rates was seen at The Peak Condominium, where rents fell 25.71% to RM2 psf / month. Next come Alam Damai (-25% at RM 1.64 psf / month), Marina Court (-16.13% at RM 2 2 psf / month), Likas Square (-13.04% at RM 1.48 psf / month), 1 Borneo Condominium (-11.11% to 1.62 RM psf / month) and Jesselton Condo (-9.38% to 1.93 RM psf / month).

Condos posted an average gross return of 4.11%, down 0.41 ppt from 4.52% a year ago, but slightly better than the 4.09% in 1Q2021.

The highest return was recorded at 1 Borneo Condominium with 5.24%, followed by Likas Square (4.56%), Radiant Tower (4.33%), Jesselton Condo (4%), Marina Court (4%) ), The Peak Condominium (3.69%), Bayshore Condominium (3.61%) and Alam Damai (3.44%).


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