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SELAYANG: Eight suspects linked to the latest water pollution incident that led to water cuts have been remanded.
PETALING JAYA: The National Water Services Commission (SPAN) is investigating the presence of 19 drums of scheduled waste found at a vacant premises close to the banks of Sungai Langat in Taman Reko in Kajang.SPAN enforcement officers found 13 160-litre capacity drums and six five-litre capacity drums containing solvents on Tuesday, which they said were not properly managed.
Klang Valley water supply to be restored in stages, latest by Saturday (July 27) after diesel pollution
PETALING JAYA: Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Syabas) says that 1,191,942 accounts in 1,222 areas will receive their water supply in stages after four water treatment plants resumed operations.
PETALING JAYA: Water supply has been restored to 77% of the 1.2 million account holders affected by the shutting down of four treatment plants following diesel pollution of raw water source on Sunday.
PUTRAJAYA: The Water Services Industry Act 2006 will be amended to impose harsher penalties to punish water polluters, says Dr Xavier Jayakumar.
PETALING JAYA: Consumers affected by the latest water cuts can expect water to be restored in stages but some will have to wait until Friday (Oct 23).
PETALING JAYA: Water supply has been restored in 1,110 areas or 87% of the 1,279 areas affected by the recent unscheduled water disruption, says Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor).
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are demanding harsher penalties against the factory suspected of polluting the Sungai Gong river, causing massive water supply disruptions in the Klang Valley.
Before the dawn breaks to cast the first daylight into our homes, the night soil man trudges through the streets to empty the buckets containing human waste, all drenched in sweat and stench during the pre-independence period. The day progresses just like any other. This was the common sight back in the 1950s. The connected sewerage system almost did not exist five decades ago. As days turned into months, and months into years, more sophisticated system such as individual and communal septic tanks, Imhoff tanks and oxidation ponds came into existence.