Coffee table book highlights water operator’s milestones


(From left) Suhaimi, Amirudin and Mansor with the ‘Air Selangor Journey – Our Story’ coffee table book at the launch in Petaling Jaya. — MUHAMAD SHAHRIL ROSLI/The Star

A coffee table book has been launched in an effort to raise public awareness of the water supply process, from the water treatment plants all the way to consumers’ homes.

Titled Air Selangor Journey – Our Story, it details the milestones achieved by Air Selangor in serving customers over the years.

Launched by Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari, the book provides an overview of Air Selangor’s role, achievements and future plans in shaping the national water services industry.

“The book is helpful in capturing Air Selangor’s progress, which also portrays the company’s strategies for its business and operational plans and the initiatives taken towards a sustainable water supply ecosystem in Selangor.

“The state government is confident that this continuous effort will place Air Selangor on the same level as other water operators in developed countries,” Amirudin said in his speech at the book launch in Petaling Jaya.

He assured the public that Air Selangor would always take appropriate measures to ensure water supply was at a satisfactory level for domestic and industrial use, especially in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya.

He added that this effort would also create a sustainable water supply ecosystem for future generations.The launch was held to coincide with Air Selangor’s anniversary, marking its third year in operation.

Following Air Selangor’s restructuring process in 2019, it has become the sole licensee to treat and distribute water to consumers in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya.

Also present at the event were Deputy Environment and Water Minister Datuk Mansor Othman and Air Selangor chief executive officer Suhaimi Kamaralzaman.

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