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Water levels in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Kluang have fallen to unusually low levels, with no sign that heavy rains will soon come to replenish supplies. The nearly eight million residents affected have been advised to use water prudently.
Don't panic just yet. But let's all continue to conserve water.
THE state has prepared short and long term plans to ensure enough water supply for Kedahans, state Housing, Local Government and Environ-ment Committee chairman Datuk Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah said.
Writes B>DR MOHAMED HISHAM of Petaling Jaya./B>
Public apathy has been blamed for recurring forest and peat fires all over Selangor, according to the Department of Environment.
The Johor government will spend RM45mil to install 10km of pipes to transport raw water from Sungai Sembrong Timur to the Sembrong Dam in a bid to overcome the water shortage in Kluang.
Johor has started two projects to fill up four dams in Kluang and Batu Pahat to ensure that these districts get sufficient water.
Malaysians are due for another hazy spell unless the Indonesian authorities tackle the hundreds of forest fires raging in various parts of Sumatra and Kalimantan.
Cloud-seeding in haze-affected states will start at the end of the week.
Rain fell in most areas of the west coast, clearing much of the haze on Friday.
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