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Government to Community (G-C) Services

Talikhidmat

E-Recruitment

> Customer Satisfaction Form

Government to Business (G-B) Services

eLibraries

e-Tender Notice

Government to Government (G-G) Services

> SRB Management System

> Webmail

 HEADQUARTERS ADDRESS

2nd Floor, Electra House
Power Street, 
93000 Kuching, Sarawak

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+6082- 234 092/234 093
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+6082- 234 096
email
srb@srb.gov.my

WORKING HOURS

MON- THURS : 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

FRIDAY   : 8:00 AM - 11:45 PM

2:15 PM - 5.00 PM


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Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur Visit SRB

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Handing souvenirs from both sides

Visit by Innovative and Creative Group (KIK) GERMINATION 2 of Dewan Bandaraya Kuala 
Lumpur (DBKL) on 29 August 2016, to study the implementation of the waste management 
system for Sarawak River managed by the Sarawak Rivers Board....

Excellent Service Award Ceremony 2015

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On August 18, 2016 the ceremony was held at headquarters presented by SRB Chairman, 
YB Dr. Murni Suhaili along with Controller Mr. William Jinep also...

23 Aug 2016Kapit Terminal closes for repair, upgrading works

The construction works on the RM4.9-million second walkway at Kapit terminal is 50 per cent completed.

The construction works on the RM4.9-million second walkway at Kapit terminal is 50 per cent completed.

KAPIT: The Kapit Terminal, popularly known as the ‘Gateway to Kapit’ will be closed indefinitely beginning Aug 25 to facilitate upgrading and repair of the protective and reinforcement beams of the facility.According to the contractor, Dato Yong Hua Sying, the closure is on ...

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LSS/HQ/RH/T/14/2016

Installation of Boom gates & daily collection of floating wastes in Tabuan river for the months of October, November & December 2016.


 

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