Penang to face water crisis if no rain soon


water level at teluk bahang dam.starpic by GOH GAIK LEE/The Star/14 April 2016

PIPED water in Penang may be the cheapest in the country but that does not make it any less valuable.

So when Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng announced yesterday that Penang could face a water crisis in two months because the El Nino phenomenon is putting Muda River at risk, The Star hastened to check.

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Utilities , Northern Region , muda , river , water

   

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