Tap Water ‘Discoloured’ In BMTC At Pulau Tekong; Servicemen to Get Water From Other Sources

If there’s one thing Singapore is known for, it’s how relatively clean the country is.

Till this day, our homeland is still one of the only places I dare to drink tap water in.

Thank you, dear gahmen.

While it’s obviously safer to drink boiled or bottled water regardless, we at least sort of have an alternative in an emergency.

The army guys at Tekong though, not so much.

Contamination Crisis

The last thing you want to hear is that you don’t have water after training.

According to MSNews, several posts from Twitter saw people complaining about the lack of clean water in Pulau Tekong.

Image: TwitterImage: Twitter

I applaud your attempts at optimism, though.

Image: Twitter

This obviously didn’t sit well with anyone.

Considering Tekong is already far away from the mainland, it would be trouble if clean water supply ran out.

So on 21 November, the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) issued the following statement online.

Yesterday, discoloured tap water was reported in certain areas of the Basic Military Training Centre (BMTC). PUB,…

Posted by Ministry of Defence, Singapore (MINDEF) on Wednesday, November 20, 2019

According to the post, “discoloured tap water” was found in parts of

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