Yeo: Foreign assistance not needed to detect source of Pasir Gudang pollution


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  • Monday, 01 Jul 2019

JOHOR BARU: The Government will not be seeking any foreign assistance to detect the source of the chemical pollution in Pasir Gudang, says Yeo Bee Yin.

"We are now carrying out checks at 85 schools on Monday (July 1) within a 13km radius to find out what is happening, said the Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister.

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