Govt to replace 158 sewerage treatment plants in Johor

Natural charm: Mohamed Khaled leading an inspection of Sungai Masai after launching the ‘Sungaiku Hartaku’ campaign at Kampung Pasir Gudang Baru in Masai.

JOHOR BARU: All 158 sewerage treatment plants, which are treating waste water from 1.2 million people living in Pasir Gudang and Tebrau, will be replaced under a Federal Government plan.

The proposal is to replace all these aging sewerage treatment plants with one centralised system known as water reclamation plant (WRP), which not only treats the water but also can produce about 260 million litres of water per day for industries.

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