Sabah to review water management contracts, hopes to save RM1bil


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  • Monday, 27 Aug 2018

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Water Department expects to save RM1bil in payments made to contractors by reviewing lopsided 20-year concession agreements for the management of water treatment plants and dams.   

State Infrastructure Development Minister Datuk Peter Anthony, whose ministry oversees the Water Department, said six contractors that manage a total of 58 water treatment plants and dams in Sabah have been identified for possible misuse of funds.

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