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THE unscheduled water cut has caused tremendous stress to affected families in the Klang Valley who have to scramble to get access to clean water.
PUCHONG: Taman Bukit Serdang residents and business owners were caught off guard with the unscheduled water cut, with many of them unable to store enough water.
PETALING JAYA: Water supply to consumers in several districts in Selangor that have been hit by an unscheduled cut since Sunday (Oct 4) will resume in stages over the next three days, starting midnight Tuesday (Oct 6).
PETALING JAYA: The Sungai Semenyih water treatment plant has resumed operations after samples tested at its intake point recorded 0 TON (Threshold Odour Number) three times in a row, but will take 12 hours before water supply can be distributed to users, says Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor).
NILAI: Authorities have found waste as well as organic compounds dumped in a bush near the Nilai Industrial Area which they believe led to the pollution of two rivers and caused water cuts in neighbouring Selangor.
PUTRAJAYA: Air Selangor will continue taking water samples every half an hour at its intake point until a reading of 0 TON (Threshold Odour Number) is recorded.
PETALING JAYA: Klang Valley consumers affected by the latest water supply disruption want the authorities to be more prepared to prevent such problems from recurring.
PETALING JAYA: The exact location of the source of pollution that caused two water treatment plants in Selangor to shut down has been identified, says the Environment and Water Ministry.