Taps in 1.8 million south Johor households run dry


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 28 Oct 2017

Remedial works start at 9pm today and will take about 48 hours.

JOHOR BARU: Some 1.8 million residents in southern Johor have been struck by a major water supply disruption after three water treatment plants were shut down due to high ammonia levels found in raw water from Sungai Johor.

Operations at three water treatment plants – the Semangar, Sungai Johor and Tai Hong water treatment plants – were stopped Saturday after a high level of ammonia was recorded.

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