Penang dams take a critical dip

Shrinking supply: The Ayer Itam Dam capacity has now dropped to 49.1%.

GEORGE TOWN: With the current dry spell, the dams in the state have dipped to critical levels.

The Ayer Itam Dam capacity has fallen to 49.1% compared to 60.4% on March 8, while at the Teluk Bahang Dam, it has dipped to 70.7% from 75.6% during the same period.

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