Malacca River turns black due to dry spell

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  • Saturday, 26 Mar 2016

MALACCA: The current dry spell is the main reason why Malacca River has turned black.

State Housing, Local Government and Environment committee chairman Datuk Ar Ismail Othman said the wastewater from Malim River, a tributary of Malacca River is not sufficient to dilute the water of Malacca River.

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