Year of water woes in Klang Valley


Shoppers buying containers to store water in case of supply disruptions. — Filepic

THE year 2020 saw Selangor battling no less than nine incidents of raw water sources pollution, causing eight large-scale water supply disruptions affecting thousands of households in the state and several areas in Kuala Lumpur.

The whole country was placed under the movement control order due to the Covid-19 pandemic, followed by the conditional and then the recovery movement restrictions.

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