Firm to obtain approval for EMP first

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  • Wednesday, 17 Jul 2019

Bird’s eye view: The PSR area as seen from Teluk Tempoyak in Penang. Szeto said the full-fledged work would only begin after the Penang Offset Masterplan and the EMP are in place to ensure the protection of marine life that may be affected by the PSR.

GEORGE TOWN: SRS Consortium, the Project Delivery Partner for the Penang South Reclamation (PSR), has been told to obtain approval for a detailed Environment Manage­ment Plan (EMP) from the Depart­ment of Environment (DoE) before starting the project.

SRS Consortium project director Szeto Wai Loong said this was one of the 72 conditions imposed by the DoE on his company.

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