Malaysia

Ship's new life as artificial reef

March 26, 2012
www.nst.com.my

A decommissioned 48-year-old patrol vessel owned by the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) -- will embark on a new role on the Pulau Tioman seabed here starting Wednesday.

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Pom Pom Island Artificial Reef

Nov 19, 2010
blog.pompomisland.com

At Pom Pom this week, we are starting our new artificial reef project. This is going to be placed near the jetty and around the Pom Pom Island.

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Artificial reefs to be added

Oct 3, 2010
www.theborneopost.com

More artificial reefs will be added along the stretch of Tanjung Datu and Sematan coastlines to boost fish breeding grounds and maintain its ecology.

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Ship may be turned into artificial reef

October 11, 2009
www.nst.com.my

The KD Sri Inderapura, which is expected to be struck from the rolls of the Royal Malaysian Navy fleet after being severely damaged by fire, may still serve some purpose.

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RM17.5 Mln Allocation To Build More Artificial Reefs

March 22, 2009
www.bernama.com

The Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Ministry has allocated RM17.5 million this year to have more artificial reefs built to increase the fish-breeding grounds in the country's waters, Minister Datuk Mustapa Mohamed said here today.

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Confiscated foreign vessels to be scuttled

R.S.H. Murali
January 21, 2009
thestar.com.my

The state Maritime Enforcement Agency is ready to sink 32 foreign fishing vessels that were confiscated off the Terengganu coast, over the last couple of years.

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Panasonic Malaysia has been actively involved in marine conservation, taking care of corals in the waters of Pulau Perhentian.

Ridzwan A. Rahim
September 23, 2008
www.nst.com.my

Some companies go into jungles and help protect endangered species like tigers, elephants and rhinoceroses. A few plant trees to reverse the ill effects of the haze, which seems to have become a season in Malaysia in the last few years. Other companies finance projects for keeping alive certain languages, traditions and cultural practices that are fast disappearing from our multiracial society. Panasonic Malaysia wants to be known as the company that takes care of our ocean.

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