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Water industry to be audited

KUALA LUMPUR: The Water, Land and Natural Resources Ministry has commissioned a nationwide audit on the water industry in anticipation of longer droughts that the nation is expected to face due to climate change.

Mall presents beauty of Raya

PREPARE for the upcoming Hari Raya Aidilfitri at Pavilion REIT Malls and do your part for charity as well as get rewarded while you shop and dine.

Boost for award-winning PBAPP

THE Penang Water Supply Corporation (PBAPP) has received a cash incentive from the Penang government for its excellent performance in 2018, in relation to winning four key awards.

Double thumbs up for PBA

THE Penang Water Supply Corporation (PBAPP) has received two national-level awards from the Malaysian Water Association (MWA).

MWA: References by Federal and state governments were based on 2016 figures

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Water Association (MWA) has clarified that all references made by the Federal and Selangor state governments citing the Malaysia Water Industry Guide (MWIG) were based on 2016 figures and referred to treated water supply.

We’ll be left high and dry if water wastage continues

BASED on a statement yesterday by Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Azmin Ali, the flow of water to homes and businesses in the Klang Valley should be back to normal by now.

A need for M’sians to change

PETALING JAYA: With Selangor having zero water reserve margin coupled with high consumption and non-revenue water, Malaysians need to change their habits especially when residents in the state are again plagued with supply disruptions.

Mother of all water series coming to KL

ASIAWATER 2018 is back in its 10th edition to bring together industry leaders, experts and practitioners to address challenges and opportunities in developing Asia’s water infrastructure.

Putrajaya lake in sad state

The once tranquil lakeside in Upper Bisa 1, Precinct 16, Putrajaya, where residents used to go for morning jogs and evening walks is now a muddy, smelly place.