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Topic: PUB

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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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Residents in Punggol and Yishun have complained of strange smells amid reports that a chemical spill in Pasir Gudang, Johor, has left more than 3,000 people feeling sick after inhaling the noxious fum...
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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 BAHRU: The Johor state government plans to be self-sufficient in treated water instead of relying on Singapore for the resource, said Chief Minister Osman Sapian said on Friday (Mar 1).
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Thursday (Feb 28) urged the Johor government as well as its people to speak up about what he described as the "morally wrong" water deal with S...
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KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia is taking the first steps to promote water conservation, including reducing the use of water in the bathroom and when washing dishes or clothes.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 7 — Singapore increased its delivery of treated water to Johor in the past week after the latter was hit by supply disruptions due to pollution, according to The Straits Times (S...
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SINGAPORE: Singapore's water agency PUB said on Sunday (Jan 6) that it supplied additional treated water to Malaysia this week after pollution disrupted production at Johor's water plants.