Waste believed to be from India washes ashore in Mannar

Sunday, 19 August 2018 - 21:39

The General Manager of the Marine Environment Protection Authority, Dr. Terney Pradeep Kumara says that waste material with addresses of Indian firms has washed ashore in Mannar, Poonaryn, and Thalai-Mannar.
Previously, clinical waste was washed ashore in Puttalam, Periyapalliya, Chinnapalli, Palliyawatta and Kandhaduwa areas.
Speaking to our news team, the General Manager of the Marine Environment Protection Authority stated that a special team will be removing the waste in the areas tomorrow. 

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