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    Some petrol stations shut for inspections in November

    James Kon

    A number of petrol stations will be temporarily closed from 9am to 11am throughout November when the Weights and Measures Unit (SDT) carries out verification of accuracy readings on fuel dispensing pumps.

    The unit will inspect Minyak IBA Petrol Station in the Brunei-Muara District and Perusahaan Cahaya Pakatan Petrol Station in the Tutong District on November 7.

    Inspections will be carried out on Koperasi Persatuan TIBA (KOTIBA) on November 8; Pekan Muara Petrol Station on November 9; KODRAT Petrol Station on November 10; Gadong Petrol Station on November 12; Koperasi Usahajaya Pekira Petrol Station and Koperasi Perniagaan dan Perusahaan Melayu on November 15; Taib Delima Petrol Station on November 16 and Hajah Badariah dan Anak-Anak Petrol Station on November 17. On November 21 Syarikat Roxana Petrol Station and on November 24, Negalang Maju Petrol Station in the Temburong District will undergo inspections.

    Guidelines under the Weights and Measures Act 1983 require all weighing and measuring machines used for trading to be checked for their accuracy and validity.

    The stations are closed in consideration for safety of the public and the workforce involved throughout the process.

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