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Johor authorities are moving in to shut down 18 illegal factories in Pasir Gudang starting this week.
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PASIR GUDANG: Gas monitors which can detect volatile organic compounds (VOC) should continue to be placed near 10 schools located within the industrial area, says Johor Education, Human Resource, Science and Technology Committee chairman Aminolhuda Hassan.
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JOHOR BARU: The Department of Environment will continue to monitor air quality and factories in Pasir Gudang to prevent any pollution incident from happening again.
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JOHOR BAHRU: Malaysian authorities sealed off three illegal factories in Pasir Gudang after a raid on Thursday (Jul 11), following recent pollution and health issues in the area.
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PETALING JAYA: The Johor state govt must explain the purchase of multi-gas detectors said to be unsuitable for use that have been distributed to 111 schools as the purchase cost more than RM1mil of taxpayers' money, says Wanita MCA central committee member Chan San San.
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JOHOR BARU, July 10 — The Department of Environment's (DoE) gas detectors, supplied to 111 schools in Pasir Gudang following the second bout of air pollution incident, are inadequate and a complete ...
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JOHOR BARU: The Department of Environment (DoE) will be monitoring the air quality round the clock at all 111 primary and secondary schools in Pasir Gudang.
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JOHOR BARU: A total of 183 factories around Pasir Gudang have been checked by the Department of Environment (DoE) in an enforcement blitz to clamp down on the pollution affecting residents.
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JOHOR BAHRU (July 5): The Department of Environment (DOE) conducted 172 inspections on chemical premises (factories) and those handling hazardous materials, around Pasir Gudang as at 8 am today.
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JOHOR BARU: The Department of Environment (DOE) conducted 172 inspections on chemical premises (factories) and those handling hazardous materials, around Pasir Gudang as at yesterday.
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KUALA LUMPUR: As part of efforts to solve the problem of air quality in Pasir Gudang, the Malaysian government will ensure that all factories operating illegally in the area will be shut down.
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JOHOR BAHRU (July 4): The Department of Environment (DOE) has conducted 172 inspections on chemical premises and those handling hazardous materials around Pasir Gudang as at 8am today.
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JOHOR BARU, July 4 — The Department of Environment (DoE) conducted 172 inspections on chemical premises (factories) and those handling hazardous materials, around Pasir Gudang as at 8 am today.
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JOHOR BAHRU (June 27): No chemical waste was found in the blue plastic drums found at Kampung Desa Melayu yesterday, near here, instead it was confirmed the drums were empty and clean.