The 2019 Southeast Asian haze is an ongoing trans-national air pollution crisis which affects several countries in Southeast Asia, including Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.
The haze has affected Indonesia and Malaysia (especially East Malaysia) from at least mid-August, and has turned into an international problem for other countries since then. It is the latest occurrence of the Southeast Asian haze, a long-term issue that occurs in varying intensity during every dry season in the region. It has mainly been caused by forest fires resulting from illegal slash-and-burn practices, principally on the Indonesian islands of Sumatra and Kalimantan, which then spread quickly in the dry season, prolonged by the formation of the Francisco tropical storm in the Pacific, and the low-pressure system forming in the West Philippines.
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The Quality Management System of Polyscientific Enterprise Sdn Bhd have been accessed by AJA Registrars and registered against the requirements of BS EN ISO 9001:2008.
Scope of Registration: Manufacturing and Trading of Safety Equipment, Trading of Chemicals and Trading of Scientific Instruments
Certificate Number: AJA08/12721