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Fire Safety Tips for “Qing Ming” Festival - 22 March 2019
22 March 2019

Religious activities like the burning of incense paper and lighting candles/joss sticks are expected to increase during the “Qing Ming” festival which will culminate on 5 April 2019. The SCDF would like to remind members of the public...

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Joint Media Release (AVA, NEA, PUB, SCDF) - 21 Mar - Pasir Gudang Chemical Spill Incident
21 March 2019

Singapore’s air and water quality, as well as our water supply, continue to remain unaffected. To read more please click here.

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Joint Media Release (AVA, NEA, PUB, SCDF) - 20 Mar - Pasir Gudang Chemical Spill Incident
20 March 2019

Singapore’s air and water quality, as well as our water supply, continue to remain unaffected. To read more please click here.

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Joint Media Release (AVA, NEA, PUB, SCDF) - 19 Mar - Pasir Gudang Chemical Spill Incident
19 March 2019

The authorities are aware of Malaysian news reports yesterday on the discovery of more waste dumping sites in Pasir Gudang, Johor. Notwithstanding this latest development, Singapore’s air and water quality, as well as our water supply,...

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Joint Media Release (AVA, NEA, PUB, SCDF) - 18 Mar - Pasir Gudang Chemical Spill Incident
18 March 2019

Singapore’s air and water quality, and water supply continue to remain unaffected by the chemical spill incident at Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang, Johor. To read more, please click here.

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Joint Media Release (AVA, NEA, PUB, SCDF) - Update on Pasir Gudang Chemical Spill Incident
17 March 2019

The authorities have been closely monitoring the chemical spill incident at Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang, Johor since reports of it first surfaced on 7 March 2019. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) and National Environment Agency (NEA)...

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