No mercy for polluters


Workers removing rubbish at the Sungai Skudai rubbish trap. The public are urged not to throw rubbish into rivers and cause pollution. — filepic

ISKANDAR PUTERI: The state government plans to come down hard on polluters in an effort to safeguard the state’s water resources.

Johor public works and rural and regional development committee chairman Datuk Hasni Mohammad said the state would continue to impose heavy fines on those who pollute the rivers.

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