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JOHOR BARU: Environment-based non-governmental organisations in the state have described Budget 2021 as falling short of expectations in terms of addressing river pollution.
This is why over eight million people in the Klang Valley will continue to suffer from water cuts.
GOMBAK: As four suspects were remanded over the pollution that caused the widespread shutdown of water supply in the Klang Valley, police revealed that the premises implicated was rented out as a store two weeks ago.
UNLICENSED factories in Selangor have been given yet another extension, this time until Dec 31, to legalise their operations.
SHAH ALAM: As expected, water was a hot topic at the Selangor Legislative Assembly sitting as a RM2.323bil deficit budget was tabled.
Water woes: Illegal factories discharging wastes are 'major contributors' to river pollution, says Selangor MCA
KLANG: Illegal factories discharging wastes are 'major contributors' to river pollution causing Selangor's repeated water woes and unscheduled water cuts, says state MCA chief Datuk Ng Chok Sin.
KUALA LUMPUR: Two company directors and six workers have been detained in connection with the latest odour pollution in Sungai Selangor that resulted in water supply disruption to 1.2 million account holders, or almost five million consumers in the Klang Valley.
Our taps, that is. Already stressed out by the pandemic, who can blame people for being very short-fused when pollution keeps disrupting our water supply?
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Police have opened an investigation on the odour pollution in Sungai Selangor that resulted in water supply disruption to 1.2 million account holders or almost five million consumers in the Klang Valley since Monday (Oct 19).