Dead fish incident: Johor Fisheries Dept says stagnant water must be treated first before being released


A file picture showing some of the dead fish along Pantai Lido last week.

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Fisheries Department has suggested that a process to replace and treat stagnant water be conducted along Pantai Lido following two separate incidents of mass fish deaths in the area.

Its director Zamani Omar said a water analysis report, which was sent on Aug 28 following the first incident, found high amounts of ammonia and phosphate as a result of the decaying fish.

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