Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Town Councils and other government agencies to be fined if areas under their care found breeding mosquitoes

Reply from NEA on 10 Oct 2005:

I refer to your email to Feedback Unit dated 24 September 05.

2. We wish to inform you, as announced by our minister, that from next year town councils will also be subjected to fines should mosquito breeding be detected in common areas under their maintenance.

3. With regard to mosquito breedings detected in areas maintained by other public agencies, the agency responsible is also fined.

4. We thank you for your feedback.

Best Regards.
Sri Hernani Mohamed Affandi
Environmental Health Executive
Environmental Health Department
The National Environment Agency
DID +65 67319427
Fax +65 67319749


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