'Avoid contaminated seafood'

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 31 Dec 2015

Tainted water: A Pahang department of environment officer with the sample of the water taken from Sungai Balok in Kampong Balik.

KUANTAN: It is best not to consume seafood obtained from bauxite-contaminated waters off Pahang.

State Fisheries Department director Adnan Hussain said water samples had been taken from the affected areas for laboratory analyses to determine the safety of the marine products.

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