Wed, 27 Mar 2019, 4:36 AM
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Topic: National Environment Agency

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SINGAPORE: Authorities in Singapore are monitoring the situation in Pasir Gudang, as more illegal waste dumping sites have been found in the area.
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SINGAPORE - Singapore has remained unaffected by the chemical spill incident in Johor's Pasir Gudang district, the authorities said on Sunday (March 17), with continued close monitoring of the Republi...
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SINGAPORE (THE NEW PAPER) - Outward Bound Singapore (OBS) has stopped all water-based activities following the illegal chemical-dumping incident at Pasir Gudang in Johor.
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The Singapore authorities yesterday said they have not detected anomalies in the Republic's air and water quality following the chemical spill incident in Pasir Gudang, adding that they will continue ...
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SINGAPORE, March 14 — Singapore agencies are in contact with their respective Malaysian counterparts to get updates on the chemical spill situation at Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang, Johor.
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SINGAPORE - Singapore authorities on Thursday (March 14) said they have not detected any anomalies in the Republic's air and water quality following the chemical spill incident in Pasir Gudang, addin...
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JOHOR BARU - The Malaysian government has identified the chemical waste that was illegally dumped into a river in Johor Baru on Thursday (March 7), that made several dozen people ill.
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SINGAPORE: Singapore may experience a burning smell and slight haze over the next few days due to three hotspots in southern Johor, the National Environment Agency (NEA) said on Wednesday (Mar 6).
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JOHOR BAHRU: Open burning in an attempt to shoo away insects was believed to be the main cause of two landfill fires in southern Johor earlier this month, said Johor Fire and Rescue Department Direc...
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A fire in southern Johor, which was the likely cause of the burning smell reported by Singaporeans earlier this week, has been put out, the National Environment Agency (NEA) said yesterday.
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SINGAPORE: Another hotspot has been detected in Johor about 50km to the east-northeast of Singapore, the National Environment Agency (NEA) said on Wednesday (Feb 27).
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SINGAPORE - A fire in southern Johor, which was the likely cause of the burning smell reported by Singaporeans earlier this week, has been put out, the National Environment Agency (NEA) said on Wednes...
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SINGAPORE: A burning smell detected in the northeast of Singapore over the last two days was likely related to a fire at a landfill in Johor, the National Environment Agency (NEA) said on Saturday.
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SINGAPORE: Foreign vehicles with outstanding fines for traffic, parking or vehicular emissions offences may be denied entry into Singapore from Apr 1, according to a press release on Friday (Feb 1).
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SINGAPORE: Singapore may deny entry to foreign vehicles with a number of outstanding fines for traffic, parking or vehicular emissions offences, starting April 1.
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SINGAPORE: Drivers of foreign cars entering Singapore with outstanding fines for traffic, parking or vehicular emissions offences may be denied entry from Apr 1.
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SINGAPORE (Bernama): Singapore may deny entry to foreign vehicles with a number of outstanding fines for traffic, parking or vehicular emissions offences, starting April 1.