PETALING JAYA: The water supply to 36 areas in the Hulu Langat and Petaling regions that has yet to be reconnected will be fully restored by 6am on Monday (Sept 6).
This comes after a statement was issued by Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd at 7.30am on Sunday saying that the water supply recovery percentage at the two regions stood at 92.6% and 81.4%, respectively.
A total of 463 area in five regions in the Klang Valley, including Kuala Langat, Putrajaya and Sepang were affected by unscheduled water supply disruptions on Friday following the shut down of Sungai Semenyih Water Treatment Plant after odour pollution was detected in Sungai Semenyih.
Water supply in the three other regions has been fully restored.
An Air Selangor spokesperson said the water supply recovery period differed from one area to another according to the location and distance of consumers’ premises.
“We advise consumers who have received the water supply to let the tap run until the water is clear before using it for daily consumption," said the spokesperson.
“Air Selangor hopes that consumers who have received water supply will use their water prudently to ensure that the recovery process in other affected areas runs smoothly as scheduled," they added.
Updates on the water supply can be obtained from Air Selangor application, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or call the contact centre at 15300.
For more information, visit www.airselangor.com or use the Air Selangor application.