Is Petaling Jaya affected by water disruption?

Is Petaling Jaya affected by water disruption?

PETALING JAYA: Residents and business proprietors in the Petaling, Klang and Shah Alam districts will be affected by a planned water supply disruption that is set to take place for two days starting March 30. “This will cause a temporary stoppage of the Bukit Nanas and Wangsa Maju water treatment plants.

Why is water pollution in Selangor?

The Selangor Water Management Authority said on Tuesday that the source of the pollution might be solvents that were found in Sungai Selangor, a major river whose water is treated before being supplied to the Klang Valley. The latest water disruption came less than three weeks after the last supply disruption.

Is water still free in Selangor?

Low Cost Apartment residents who receive their water supply through bulk meter will continue receiving 20m3 free water automatically under Skim Air Darul Ehsan until 31st December 2021, according to the existing free water rebate methods involving JMB/MC and Selangor Housing and Property Board (LPHS).

Why are there water cuts in Selangor, Malaysia?

Selangor residents lining up to fetch water last month. Further disruptions are expected from today in four districts. PETALING JAYA: More than 300,000 consumers in Selangor will be without water for the second time in a month, after another river pollution incident caused unscheduled water cuts today.

Is there water pollution in Sungai Semenyih Selangor?

“Air Selangor has reported this incident to the Selangor Water Management Authority (LUAS) and measures are being taken to identify the source of water pollution in and around Sungai Semenyih,” it said in a statement. Air Selangor said it could not provide an expected time frame for when the water supply would resume as normal.

Where are the water treatment plants in Selangor?

Air Selangor said the suspension of the two treatment plants would affect 273 areas and 309,605 consumers. There would be unscheduled water supply disruptions across four districts: Petaling, Hulu Langat, Kuala Langat and Sepang.

Where is there a water shortage in Malaysia?

Areas such as Padang Terap in Kedah, Cameron Highlands and Kuantan in Pahang and Dungun, Hulu Terengganu, Kemaman and Kuala Terengganu are under the “dangerous” category as these places too have not received enough rainfall.