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Johor Environment Dept investigating foam formation at Sungai Skudai

Authorities are still investigating the cause of the foam formation at part of the Sungai Skudai river in Senai. — Picture via Facebook

Johor Local Government, Urban Wellbeing and Environment Committee chairman Tan Chen Choon said the state Department of Environment is at the scene and working to identify the cause of the foam formation by taking in-situ readings. “I will inform from time-to-time any updates and developments regarding the incident as it is public information,” said Tan in a statement today.


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