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Chemical smell across Singapore traced to Johor - The Straits Times

The chemical stench that cloaked the island on Monday came from the industrial town of Pasir Gudang in Johor, investigations have revealed. The National Environment Agency (NEA) said yesterday that its Malaysian counterpart, the Department of ...and more »

Chemical stench: Johor issues stop-work order to Pasir Gudang plant - The Straits Times

JOHOR BARU • A chemical plant in the industrial town of Pasir Gudang that was identified as the source of a chemical stench which engulfed parts of Singapore has been issued a stop work order by the Johor Department of Environment (DOE). "The order ...and more »

Stop work order issued to chemical plant responsible for stench in Singapore - TODAYonline

SINGAPORE – The Johor Department of Environment (DOE) has on Saturday (Sept 30) issued a stop work order to a chemical plant in Pasir Gudang, Malaysia, which was pinpointed as the source of a chemical stench that enveloped parts of northern ...and more »

Johor chemical plant that caused 'burning smell' in Singapore issued stop work order - Channel NewsAsia

JOHOR BARU: A stop work order has been issued to a chemical plant in Pasir Gudang after it was pinpointed as the source of a strong burning smell that residents in many parts of Singapore complained about on Monday. Malaysian news outlet New Straits ...and more »

DOE to monitor factory causing odour pollution in Singapore - The Sun Daily

KOTA TINGGI: A factory which has been identified as the source of odour pollution in Singapore recently will continued to be monitored by the Johor Department of Environment (DOE). State Health, Environment, Education and Information Committee ...and more »

Johor's industrial facility cause of smell in Singapore - The Sun Daily

SINGAPORE: An industrial facility in Pasir Gudang, Johor was the source of a smell nuisance here last Monday, according to the Singapore National Environment Agency (NEA) today. In a statement here, NEA said it had contacted its counterpart in Malaysia ...and more »

Nasty odour in northern Singapore traced to Johor industrial facility - New Straits Times Online

SINGAPORE: The strong whiff of odour which plagued residential areas in the north-east of Singapore on Monday has been traced to an industrial facility in Pasir Gudang, Malaysia. The National Environment Agency (NEA) said that it had contacted its ...and more »

Chemical smell across Singapore traced to Johor [The Straits Times] - Gov.sg (press release)

The National Environment Agency (NEA) said yesterday that its Malaysian counterpart, the Department of Environment (DOE), had identified the source of the smell, and would be taking action . "The DOE has deployed resources in identifying the source of ...and more »