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SELANGOR is bringing to book operators of illegally run factories and businesses on state land in an effort to address river pollution.
THE latest odour pollution at Sungai Sembah, Selangor, which caused the temporary suspension of the Rantau Panjang water treatment plant (LRA) was likely caused by residual pollution along the riverbank or sediment around the water inlets from a previous incident, said the Selangor Water Management Authority (LUAS).
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.
THE odour pollution that forced the closure of three Sungai Selangor treatment plants and the Rantau Panjang Water Treatment Plant has been traced to the toilet of a shoplot located a few hundred metres from Sungai Gong, Rawang.
GOMBAK: The premises used to house the chemicals responsible for the latest round of water disruption in the Klang Valley have only been in use for two weeks, say the police.
PETALING JAYA: Four suspects linked to the latest water pollution incident that led to the closure of the Rantau Panjang water treatment plant will be remanded on Wednesday (Nov 11)
PETALING JAYA: People in the Klang Valley have reached boiling point after 1,139,008 account holders found their taps dry once again following a contamination of water sources, less than three weeks after the last supply disruption.
ABSOLUTELY livid — that is the general sentiment over the announcement of another unscheduled water cut affecting more than one million households across Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.
PETALING JAYA: Water contamination has been detected in Sungai Selangor again causing unscheduled water cuts to 1,139,008 accounts across the state.
SHAH ALAM: Four company directors will face charges over the Kundang River pollution.