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JOHOR BARU: Companies and non-governmental organisations should come forward to help by providing equipment like gas detectors to be placed at schools in Pasir Gudang district round the clock to detect harmful chemicals in the air.
JOHOR BARU: The authorities remain baffled as to what is causing students to experience symptoms of vomiting and dizziness in Pasir Gudang despite chemical detectors showing no toxic chemicals in the air.
JOHOR BARU: The authorities are still clueless over the latest chemical pollution in Pasir Gudang as they scrambled to trace and pinpoint the possible source.
JOHOR BARU: Talk is rife that more than a dozen children have sought treatment for vomiting and breathing difficulties since schools opened in Pasir Gudang on Monday (July 1) morning.
JOHOR BARU: Chemical companies, factories and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) should come forward and provide gas detectors at schools around Pasir Gudang.
JOHOR BARU: The Government will not be seeking any foreign assistance to detect the source of the chemical pollution in Pasir Gudang, says Yeo Bee Yin.
JOHOR BARU: Some parents are not taking any chances and are keeping their children at home despite the authorities saying that schools in Pasir Gudang will remain open.
EXCLUSIVE:JOHOR BARU: The Johor Ruler, who describes the second case of chemical pollution in Pasir Gudang as “despicable and a total disgrace”, has taken state and federal agencies to task over the matter.
JOHOR BARU: Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar wants the state government to formulate consistent policies and to attract long-term investors into the state.
Have authorities learnt from sg Kim Kim and are factories being monitored?