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However, a nationwide study of 116 rivers in Malaysia revealed that 10% of these rivers were heavily polluted or “dead” while 63% were polluted with only 27% deemed healthy.
The Department of Environment (DOE) study showed that 70% of the pollution was caused by human activities such as dumping and logging. The study also classified Sungai Juru in Penang as the most polluted river and considered it “dead” because life forms were totally absent.
The other most polluted rivers are: Sungai Dondang and Jejawi (Penang), Kempas, Tukang Batu, Rembah, Sungai Benut and Sungai Pasir Gudang (Johor), Sungai Klang, Sungai Buloh and Sungai Sepang (Selangor), Sungai Batu (Perak), Sungai Miri (Sarawak) and Sungai Jimah (Negeri Sembilan).
Ronser’s river and lakes cleaning and remediation system uses the new technology – Bio-Fortification Ecological Dam (SWED) jointly researched and developed by Kyushu University, Japan and Shanghai Jiaotong University, China.