EIA for Pitas shrimp farm project gets state approval

KOTA KINABALU: Despite misgivings from a conservation group, the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report for a RM1.23bil shrimp aquaculture project in the northern Pitas district has been approved.

State Environmental Protection Department director Datuk Yabi Yangkat said he had the final say in approving the EIA for such a project, which was provided for under the state Environment Protection Enactment.

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