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PETALING JAYA: Taps at premises in 274 areas in Selangor will remain dry, as the level of pollution is still high at raw water intake points near Bukit Tampoi and Sungai Semenyih treatment plants.
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.
PETALING JAYA: Four military-grade drones will be deployed next month to catch water polluters.Selangor environment, green technology, science, technology and innovation and consumer affairs committee chairman Hee Loy Sian said the drones would be used to closely monitor Sungai Selangor and Sungai Langat river basins.
SHAH ALAM: The odour pollution in Sungai Semenyih, which resulted in the closure of the Sungai Semenyih water treatment plant (LRA) for about 10 hours, is believed to be caused by the illegal dumping of waste by irresponsible quarters into the sewerage system.
Air Selangor: All four water treatment plants resume ops, water to be fully restored by Friday (Nov 13)
PETALING JAYA: All four water treatment plants – Sungai Selangor Phase 1,2, 3 and Rantau Panjang - have resumed operations, with the water supply expected to be fully restored by Friday (Nov 13), says Air Selangor.
PETALING JAYA: Quick action by the Selangor Water Management Authority (Luas) at Sungai Batang Benar has prevented the Sungai Semenyih water treatment plant from shutting down due to pollution.
PETALING JAYA: Manholes of the sewerage network in Bandar Bukit Mahkota will be permanently sealed to prevent them from being used as a point for illegal dumping.
KLANG: A police report has been lodged over the odour pollution in Sungai Selangor which has left millions of consumers in most parts of the Klang Valley high and dry.
PETALING JAYA: With water cuts due to pollution fast becoming a regular occurrence across the country, the National Water Services Commission (SPAN) wants to impose stiffer penalties on polluters.SPAN chairman Charles Santiago said tougher penalties and enforcement efforts must be in place to preserve the quality and cleanliness of the water supply.