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WORKER SEEN ILLEGALLY DUMPING RUBBISH INTO THE SEA AT HARBOURFRONT CONDO

In a shocking incident at The Reef at King’s Dock, a luxury condominium along Harbourfront, a construction worker was caught on video dumping waste into the sea.

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The incident, shared by a concerned netizen, has sparked outrage and raised questions about environmental responsibility in construction activities.

Introduction

The incident unfolds a disturbing reality where environmental norms are ignored, posing a threat to the delicate marine ecosystems.

The Reef at King’s Dock stands as a symbol of luxury and opulence, overlooking the scenic Harbourfront. Its prominence makes the reported incident all the more alarming, emphasizing the need for stringent environmental safeguards in high-profile construction projects.

Eyewitness Account

A worker was seen dumping rubbish into the sea at a condominium located along Harbourfront.

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According to the netizen who shared the video, the incident purportedly took place at a construction site at The Reef at King’s Dock, a luxury condominium.

The worker was seen dumping an unidentified object into the waters, before going back to his stash of rubbish and dumping even more into the sea.

He then proceeded to the opposite site of the construction site to do the same thing, before then going to the other end of the floating site and dumping rubbish in all directions.

Environmental Consequences

Dumping waste into the sea has severe consequences for marine life and ecosystems. The article explores the potential harm caused by such actions and emphasizes the need for sustainable practices in the construction industry.

Potential penalties

Any person who puts, throws, casts or deposits into Singapore waters, or causes to be put, thrown, cast
or deposited thereinto, any oil, oily mixture, refuse, garbage, plastics, waste matter, carcase, noxious
liquid substances, marine pollutant in packaged form or trade effluent, shall be guilty of an offence and
shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $10,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding
2 years or to both.

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