Factory, farm shut down over ammonia in Sungai Johor

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 02 Nov 2017

KOTA ISKANDAR: A poultry farm and a chicken manure processing factory in Layang-Layang have been ordered to stop operating after high ammonia content in Sungai Johor caused a shutdown of water supply to some 1.8 million consumers last week.

The factory was also responsible for the high ammonia found in the same river in December last year and in August.

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