Causing a real stink


A passer-by taking a look at the polluted Sungai Kim Kim following the illegal dumping of chemical waste there last week. — Bernama

JOHOR BARU: Images of dead fish and black smelly water are closely associated with Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang now because of the chemical waste that was illegally dumped there last Wednesday.

One of the most affected villages in the area is Kampung Bukit Pulai, where the river runs beneath the village main road that connects Kota Masai and Taman Pasir Putih.

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