Johor dams still not affected by dry spell

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  • Sunday, 09 Feb 2014

The water level at the Machap Dam here in Johor is still in sustainable condition despite the hot weather. Pic by ABDUL RAHMAN EMBONG/The Star

JOHOR BARU: The water level at the 15 dams in Johor is still able to sustain the needs of the people despite no rainfall over the past few weeks, Syarikat Air Johor Holdings (SAJ) Sdn Bhd corporate communication manager Jamaluddin Jamil said.

“If the water levels at the dams reach a critical level, SAJ will take immediate measures to ensure that the public will receive clean water without any disruption,” he said.

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