Selangor dam levels still dropping


Come haze or shine: People exercising under hazy conditions at the Sultan Abdul Aziz recreational park in Ipoh.

PETALING JAYA: Dam levels in Selangor are continuing to drop in the face of prolonged hot and dry weather, raising the prospects of authorities having to enforce stringent water conservation efforts.

Association of Water and Energy Research Malaysia (Awer) president S. Piarapakaran said there was a de­­finite risk of water supply tightening for consumers in Selangor.

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Utilities , water , water crisis , selangor , syabas , awer , met dept

   

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