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« Reply #4 on: March 08, 2007, 12:25:06 AM »

Huh, are we going to conplaint to the International body, just like we did for Indon case on the jungle fire, if the smell some from Malaysia?
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« Reply #5 on: March 08, 2007, 01:15:57 AM »

Just wrote an email feedback to MEWR(Ministry of the Environment & Water Resources)...FYI, they no longer called MOE liao..Well, hope that they will revert soon..
Actually, I am quite concern over this issue too..cos we all hav babies n young childrens here..who knows wat kind of air pollutants this is and to be prudence, it's better to feedback n let them find out wat causes it..
Thanks to H2Oseekers for highlighting...   smile
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« Reply #6 on: March 08, 2007, 07:15:33 AM »

It is apparently more prominent the higher and closer you are to the sea. At it's worse, there is an extremely strong kerosene smell. My friend staying on the 15th floor and when the smell was quite bad, his wife had sore throat, red eyes and rashes. I told him to report to the papers, but he say better not to, as he is planning to sell his flat asap because of the smell and afraid the value of the flat would drop. I am worried because my flat maybe ready in the year 2009. And having 2 kids, 12 floor high and even closer to the source, it is not going to be good. We chose Punggol because we thought the air was good, because of the closeness to Sea (aka like East Coast). But never knew we were at the mercy of Senoko chimnery, Malaysia Side Forever smoking chimnery and a shipyard.

Thanks Chilliqueen for cueing MEWR. Do post their findings online if possible.
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« Reply #7 on: March 08, 2007, 08:03:30 AM »

The government is trying to cover up this pollution problem. Because they are putting such high hopes on the Punggol development. They do not want in the end Punggol will be like Jurong West Extension flats.


This is a serious pollution problem. I think stay in D09, 10, 11 no such problem. No wonder property price is so expensive.

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