Singapore, 15 February 2015 – Localised haze and odour was experienced by some residents in Sengkang, Hougang and Serangoon areas earlier this morning. There have been no reports of local fires in these areas.

NEA is in touch with our Malaysian counterparts, who have confirmed that a fire which originated from a bush fire on 12 February evening, has affected one of the cells at a landfill site in Pasir Gudang, southern Johor. The Malaysian authorities have highlighted that activities are underway to put out the fire in the areas and cap burnt areas with soil to prevent fires from recurring. They are monitoring the situation closely, to prevent the fire from spreading further.

The air quality in Singapore has remained in the Moderate range. NEA will continue to monitor the air quality readings and notify the public if there are any changes to the PSI.

For updates, visit our NEA website (www.nea.gov.sg), the haze microsite (www.haze.gov.sg), or follow us on NEA Facebook (www.facebook.com/NEASingapore) and NEA Twitter (@NEAsg).


PSI Updates
at 3pm on 02 Mar 2015

24-hr PSI: 38 - 51
3-hr PSI: 51

  • PSI: 46 North
  • PSI: 51 West
  • PSI: 40 Central
  • PSI: 47 East
  • PSI: 38 South

Note: Air quality based on PSI is as follows:

PSI Value Air Quality Descriptor
0 - 50 Good
51 - 100 Moderate
101 - 200 Unhealthy
201 - 300 Very unhealthy
Above 300 Hazardous

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