Special team to investigate clinical waste found in Puttalam coast

Tuesday, 14 August 2018 - 7:43

The Marine Environmental Protection Authority has decided to send a team to Puttalam to investigate the clinical waste that may have washed ashore from Kerala, India.
The Authority's General Manager Dr. Terny Pradeep Kumara told us that a 5-member team will leave for Puttalam today.
He requested people, not to such those clinical waste.

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