At Lim Chu Kang, I saw a large floating platform laden with green bins being pushed to the jetty. Are these green bins used to transfer trash responsibly to the mainland? If so, why can't all farmers do this?
After checking out Lim Chu Kang Jetty, I dropped by the Lorong Halus Jetty on 25 Oct (Sat). The jetty area is only accessible to authorised people and it is fenced and gated. This jetty services the about 60 licenced coastal fish farms in Eastern Johor Strait.
Lorong Halus Jetty opening in Jul 2014.
Jul 2014, this was the main place Eastern fish farmers used to load and unload their stuff.
where I saw abandoned sofas, fire extinguisher and other trash last month, in Sep 2014. Wow, the shore was super clean. But I did see this suspicious item almost buried in the sand.
Dead Fish Alert!
Please help me monitor dead fishes washing up on the Johor Straits. Please let me know if you see large numbers (more than 10) especially of large dead fishes (more than 20cm long) washing up on the northern shores such as Pulau Ubin, Lim Chu Kang, Sungei Buloh, Kranji, Sembawang, Punggol, Pasir Ris, Changi.