Water supply in Klang, Shah Alam restored by about 26%

SHAH ALAM: Water supply in 55 areas in Shah Alam and Klang disrupted by repair works on a burst pipe in Taman Mutiara Bukit Raja 2, Klang last night (March 24), was restored by 25.5% as of 3pm today (March 25).

Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor) said that water supply would begin to be channelled to consumers in stages after the water supply system is stabilised, adding that it is expected to be fully restored at 6am tomorrow (March 26), depending on the location and distance of the consumers’ premises.

"Air Selangor would like to advise consumers to let the taps run until the water is clear before using it for daily use.

"Air Selangor hopes that consumers who have received water supply use water prudently to ensure that the supply restoration process in the affected areas goes smoothly as scheduled," it said in a statement posted on Facebook. - Bernama

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