Better prepared for dry taps


Filling up: Employees of a boutique hotel in Tengkat Tong Shin, Bukit Bintang, collecting water in anticipation of the four-day disruption to supply. — SS KANESAN/ The Star

ONCE again taps will run dry in parts of the Klang Valley and residents as well as business operators must stock up or queue up at water tankers and public taps.

Fortunately, city folk have been informed of the scheduled water cut much earlier this time around, giving them ample time to make preparations.

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