KUALA LUMPUR: The water supply situation in the Klang Valley and Selangor has almost returned to normal with only about 8,500 consumers still facing water disruption as at Wednesday morning.
KUALA LUMPUR: Water supply is almost fully restored in the capital and Petaling Jaya after it was affected by water cuts following the closure of four water treatment plant due to an oil spill on Friday.
KLANG: The water supply has improved significantly with about 194,949 households still experiencing dry taps.
PETALING JAYA: The owner of the workshop at Jalan Batu Arang in Rawang, allegedly responsible for the diesel spillage into Sungai Selangor, has blamed his workers for the spill.
KUALA SELANGOR: Stern action will be taken against the owner of the workshop where a diesel spillage caused taps in the Klang Valley to run dry.
PETALING JAYA: Klang Valley netizens woke up to dry taps on Saturday, dampening any mood to celebrate Merdeka Day.
KUALA SELANGOR: The compromised water supply to the Klang Valley due to the oil spill in Sungai Selangor and the time it will take to return to normal shows how much the Langat 2 project is needed.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians affected by the water crisis are stocking up on bottled water to deal with taps that have run dry following an oil spill in Sungai Selangor that shut down four water treatment plants on Friday.
PETALING JAYA: Klang Valley residents have been told not to panic as the contamination of Sungai Selangor with diesel has been contained and water supply has resumed in several areas.
PETALING JAYA: All four treatment plants which had to be shut down on Friday due to oil spill in Sungai Selangor resumed operations at 3am Saturday with water distribution at affected areas commencing at 6am.
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