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From ASSOC PROF DR LAU WOEI JYE, School of Chemical and Energy Engineering Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.
MALAYSIANS can consider themselves lucky as we don’t experience severe water scarcity like other countries. Our country is blessed with an abundance of rainfall (average of 2,500 mm annually) and most people have easy access to clean water through the water supply system.
Water authority and consumer group speak on what residents can and cannot do in dealing with disruptions.
THE Penang government must take accountability for the earlier plan to raise water prices again, said MCA vice-president Datuk Tan Teik Cheng (pic).
GEORGE TOWN: Penang MCA urges the state government to withdraw its proposal to the National Water Services Commission (SPAN) for a water tariff increase.
GEORGE TOWN: PBA Holdings Bhd expects uncertainty on its prospects will continue to rise with the growing population, pending federal government approval of a water tariff review for the highly-subsidised domestic consumption.
FROM Dr XAVIER JAYAKUMAR
Unsustainable water tariffs, under-funded utilities result in poor service and water wastage, say experts
PETALING JAYA: Unsustainable water and sewerage tariffs, coupled with under-funded utilities, often result in the poor delivery of services and wasteful use of water, say experts gathered at the Malaysia International Water Convention (MIWC) 2021.