Air Selangor: Scheduled maintenance work completed at 5am Thursday (Oct 14)

PETALING JAYA: Upgrading and maintenance works for critical assets at the Sungai Selangor Phase 1 Water Treatment Plant completed at 5.00am Thursday (Oct 14), says Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd.

The water concessionaire also said that as of 6.00am Thursday the water treatment system at the plant had been stabilised and water supply has been channeled to the distribution system.

"Water supply will be restored in stages to consumers from 5.00pm Thursday," Air Selangor said in a statement.

It added that the duration of the disruption and recovery in affected areas will vary depending on the distance of consumers' premises and the water pressure in the distribution system.

"Air Selangor will continue to mobilise alternative water supply to critical premises such as hospitals, dialysis centres, Covid-19 quarantine and treatment centres and vaccinations centres," the concessionaire said in the statement.

Consumers can refer to all Air Selangor's official communication channels - the Air Selangor

application, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter - for more information, or contact the Air Selangor Contact Centre at 15300.

Inquiries and complaints can also be submitted to the Help Centre via and the Air Selangor application.

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