Sg Kim Kim was just the tip of the ‘dirty river’ iceberg




PETALING JAYA: The pollution incident in Sungai Kim Kim earlier this year has cast a spotlight on the country's waterways, but the river in Pasir Gudang is not even the dirtiest in Malaysia.

The country's most polluted river is actually Sungai Tukang Batu, which is also located in the Johor industrial town of Pasir Gudang.

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