Although pharmaceuticals treat illnesses and prevent diseases in humans and
animals, ironically, they are now among the emerging pollutants in the
environment. As individuals continue to consume medicines, households can
become a primary source of pharmaceutical pollutants. This paper explains
relevant Malaysian law and policy on the issue. Using a questionnaire survey,
it also assesses public perception concerning the environmental impact of
pharmaceutical waste and the current methods of disposal that are practiced
in Selangor.

Categories: Sosial, Sosioekonomi
Tags: Artikel Jurnal, Data Penerbitan, Sulit