State needs more rain to tide over El Nino


Penang Water Supply Corporation Sdn Bhd (PBAPP) chief executive officer Datuk Jaseni Maidinsa pointing to the location of Sungai Muda as he speaks to the press at a press conference held to inform the public that the Penang was still not out of the danger zone despite the recent downfall, at his office in Komtar yesterday, (( MAY 2016)Trisha

GEORGE TOWN: The state is still not out of danger despite the rainy weather lately, said Penang Water Supply Corporation Sdn Bhd (PBAPP) chief executive officer Datuk Jaseni Maidinsa (pic).

“The Beris and Muda dams in Kedah are at a critical level while the two dams in Air Itam and Teluk Bahang on the island still need to build up their capacities.

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