Kuala Langat plant to run at full capacity by 2022

Suhaimi (left) visiting the command centre of the newly opened Labohan Dagang water treatment plant in Kuala Langat, Selangor. The plant can supply up to 200MLD of treated water to users in the region.

SOME 30,000 accounts in Kuala Langat, Selangor are being supplied water from the Labohan Dagang water treatment plant that has been in operation since November last year.

The plant, which currently operates at a quarter of its full capacity, supplies 50 million litres of water daily (MLD) to users in the region.

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