Upgrading, maintenance works at SG Rasa water treatment plant begins on Aug 9


THE scheduled asset upgrading and maintenance works at Sungai Rasa Water Treatment Plant (Sg Rasa WTP) started at 9am on Tuesday (Aug 9).

Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor) said in a statement that the works are expected to be completed by 9pm on Tuesday.

“During the maintenance work, 188 areas in Hulu Selangor are affected, but users can expect full water supply recovery by Thursday (Aug 11), 1am.

“Water supply will be distributed in stages to consumers once the water supply distribution system has been stabilised.

The duration of the water supply disruption and recovery in the affected areas will vary depending on the distance of the consumers’ premises and the water pressure at the distribution system,” said the statement.

Some of the areas affected include Bandar Baru Kundang, Batu Arang, Bukit Sentosa, Kampung Jelutong, Kampung Sungai Choh, Pekan Rwang, Kuang, as well as Jalan Bunga Raya and Azalea industrial zone.

Air Selangor has mobilised water tankers to the affected areas, with priority given to critical premises such as hospitals, clinics and dialysis centres and funerals.

For commercial customers, treated water supply purchases can be made at Air Selangor’s customer service counters in the Petaling and Gombak regions.

Commercial customers can use their own water tankers at the local water filling station made available in Batu Caves and Damai Utama, Puchong.

Information on the scheduled water supply disruption will be updated from time to time via all Air Selamgor official communication channels, namely the Air Selangor application, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or contact the Air Selangor Contact Centre at 15300.

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