Sarawak govt urged to probe Rejang logjam after pollution shuts down Sibu's water treatment plants


SIBU: The Sarawak government has been urged to investigate the cause of Saturday's (Aug 21) Rejang River logjam which caused water treatment plants here to shut down.

Sibu MP Oscar Ling said in a statement on Monday (Aug 23) the logjam left water treatment plants along the affected areas of the river unable to operate owing to high pollutant content in the water.

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