Govt instals automatic gas detectors in Pasir Gudang


Yeo (right) and Sahruddin at a special meeting to discuss the results of the Loading Analysis and Carrying Capacity in Pasir Gudang. — Bernama

ISKANDAR PUTERI: A total of 25 automatic gas detectors called Photo-Ionised Detectors (PID) will be installed in the industrial area of Pasir Gudang for air quality monitoring purposes, said Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin.

She said the installation of the devices, at a cost of RM2.52mil, was to create a real-time alert system which would enable enforcement action to be taken quickly.

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