It's time Melaka's water problem has a dam solution, says Khoo


MELAKA: A new dam and desalination system are among the solutions being explored to address Melaka's perennial water woes, says Melaka Smart City Advisory Council chairman Khoo Poay Tiong (pic).

He said the water scarcity in Melaka has been made worse by rapid development and growing urban population as well as climate change.

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