SINGAPORE: No chemical or chemical updates are associated with air quality readings, Minister of State for Environment and Water Resources said Dr Amy Khor in Parliament on Monday (April 1).
This was in response to a question by a Member of Parliament (MP) for Nee Soon GRC Lee Bee Wah, regarding whether there was a concern for Yishun residents regarding shooting and smelting in the area.
Johor has had several fires in the past two months including two fires of land at Bandar Tenggara and Tanjong Langsat and a fire in oil palm plantation in Punggai.
"Between the beginning of February and mid-March when popular locations were discovered in Johor, the 24-hour PSI returns within the range remained fairly mid-sized, and & # The PM2.5 levels 1-hour remained in the normal range, "said Dr Khor. T
It also identified the special measures taken by the National Environment Agency (NEA) to monitor and keep the Singapore population at pollution levels in the quality of Singapore's water and water supply.
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OVERVIEW OF THE REVIEW
NEA uses both sealing and satellite network reports in Singapore to monitor air pollution levels, according to Dr Khor.
In February, a satellite speed awareness to NEA detected locations where steam was found in smoking in Johor South. This was later verified by the Department of Environment (DOE) Johor for being the bonfires of three places.
North-east-north winds were smothering to Singapore, causing "occasional burning smells over the last few weeks", said Dr Khor.
Awareness of atmospheric atmospheric atmospheric monitoring will determine the main air pollution factors, including sulfur of dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone and particulate matter rated under PM2.5 and PM10. With this data, NEA will count the Pollution Standards Register (PSI) over a 24-hour continuous period.
Readings of air polls are publicly available on the NEA website and on the myEnv app, which is updated every hour from NEA.
“If differences are important above normal standards, levels of poor health, we would alert the public to this information,” said Dr Khor.
WATER REVIEW REVIEW
Dr Khor also spoke to a water quality inspection case by NEA, in response to illegally launching of around 20 to 40 tonnes of chemical waste in Gudang Pass.
According to Dr Khor, chemical waste was not found in NEA water samples, and the group has not found any angels in water quality at Singapore's seaside beaches.
Online sensors "PUB has demonstrated that the water quality of River Johor, our waterways and reservoirs, is located in the north and north-east of the Singapore region, as well as inland water supply. T said the minister.
“There are also no unusual inspections of site inspections and water quality surveys.
“This water incident will not affect our water supply as the chemical dumping situation lies outside the catchment of River Johor, from which part of our water supply comes from.” T
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Dr Khor stressed the need for cross-border co-operation between Malaysia and Singapore to tackle environmental pollution.
“These include providing early warnings, and data and guidelines on environmental monitoring.
“We will continue to analyze the situation and provide an update if there are significant developments.”