Tag Archives: National Environment Agency

SELFISH TO CHOPE EXTRA SEATS, NEA PLS MAKE CHOPE-ING ILLEGAL

Our reader complained about 3 women who choped 3 extra seats at the hawker centre using long umbrellas. As it was lunchtime, our reader had difficulties finding seats and was irritated that they were taking up so many seats. The reader suggested for NEA to make it illegal to chope seats with objects as it is very inconsiderate to other people.

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MAN FINDS METAL STRIP IN FOOD FROM PUNGGOL WATERWAY, RELIEVED HIS KIDS DIDN’T EAT IT

A father found a metal strip in a lunch set from I Love Taimei at Punggol Waterway. He ordered the food via foodpanda and only noticed the metal strip when he was halfway through his meal. He was shocked that the food handler failed to realise it and was worried about the danger of leaving a metal object in other people's food. He was relieved he did not let his kids eat the bento. The father has since written to the eatery and the National Environment Agency about it.

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RAT SPOTTED AT EATERY IN ANG MO KIO, NOT THE FIRST TIME IT HAPPENED

Rat alert at Ang Mo Kio station! Our reader sighted a rat scurrying around in an eatery inside the MRT station and said it is not the first time this happened. He said NEA was already aware of a similar problem last year and tried taking precautions. However, the problem has obviously not improved. He was concerned that the problem will only worsen, like how the rats may chew on MRT cables or cause other hygiene issues, and hope for authorities to take action. Do you think the problem will be resolved quickly? Next time rats cause train disruption then how?

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“ONCE IN 50 YEARS” FLOOD HITS SG… FOR 5TH TIME IN 5 MONTHS

Flash floods struck parts of Singapore again today after heavy rain caused canals and drainage systems to overflow. The Public Utilities Board (PUB) and the National Environment Agency (NEA) issued warnings on social media accounts on Twitter to inform Singaporeans about expected heavy rainfall over the southern and western parts of Singapore from 1.35PM to 2.25PM today.

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