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Contamination of Sungai Langat in Banting is threatening the state’s water supply, just as Selangor puts the recent water disruption caused by odour pollution in Sungai Gong behind it.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - A Japanese ship that ran aground on a reef off Mauritius two weeks ago has now stopped leaking oil into the Indian Ocean but the island nation must still prepare for "a worst case scenario", Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth said late on Monday.
KLUANG: The Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) has ordered an oil palm mill in Kluang, Johor, to halt operations immediately after its licence was suspended for discharging industrial waste into Sungai Sembrong.
PHNOM PENH (Phnom Penh Post/ANN): The Apsara National Authority (ANA) and the Prasat Bakong district authority in Siem Reap province are transporting water to the Prasat Bakong pond to save a group of catfish,considered a tereaure of Cambodia, after 12 of them recently died due to a water shortage.
KLUANG: The Environment Department (DOE) in Johor has suspended a company believed to be responsible for polluting Sungai Sembrong in Kluang and causing thousands of fish and giant freshwater prawns (udang galah) to die.
BALIK PULAU: The red tide that killed tens of thousands of farmed fish in Penang and Perak is now heading to Kedah.
BALIK PULAU: The carcasses of dead fish washed up along several beaches here are not a sign of an impending disaster, says the Penang Fisheries Department.
If you value the lives of your fish, you’ll want to take a break from your incessant hand-disinfecting before you start cleaning the fish tank.
BRUSSELS/PARIS (Reuters) - The Belgian region of Wallonia said on Thursday that tonnes of fish were killed in a river by pollution that flowed across the border from France and accused the French authorities of being too slow to issue a warning.
SEREMBAN: The authorities here are probing the dumping of what is believed to be used vehicle engine oil into Sg Anak Air Garam, says Negri Sembilan environment, health, cooperatives and consumerism committee chairman S. Veerapan.