Plan to revive dying rivers


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  • Monday, 14 Oct 2019

Clean up time: The three rivers that have been identified are unable to sustain aquatic life. The state government, however, is planning to rectify the matter.

MELAKA: A plan to revive three “dying” rivers in the state has been given the nod.

Melaka housing, local government and environment committee chairman Datuk Tey Kok Kiew said Sungai Seri Melaka, Sungai Merlimau and Sungai Tuang were in need of urgent rejuvenation.

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