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KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) has asked the state government for a one-year moratorium before deciding to construct a dam, previously known as Papar Dam or Kaiduan.
JOHOR BARU: Ranhill SAJ Sdn Bhd will continue to further improve its water distribution system in Johor by replacing old underground pipes.
JOHOR BARU: Ranhill SAJ Sdn Bhd, which is a subsidiary of Ranhill Utilities Bhd, is allocating about RM2bil in capital expenditure (capex) for five years beginning since 2018, to improve its water operations in Johor.
JOHOR BARU: About RM2bil in capital expenditure (capex) is being spent over five years starting from 2018 to improve water operations in the state, says water operator Ranhill SAJ Sdn Bhd.
State govt plans new entity to consolidate water operations
KUALA LUMPUR: Six states recorded a reserve margin of below 15% in treated water during the second quarter of the year, says Deputy Environment and Water Minister (KASA) Datuk Ahmad Masrizal Muhammad.
PETALING JAYA: To ensure water security for consumers, the government is aiming for a significant reduction in non-revenue water (NRW) over the next 10 years, says Environment and Water Minister Datuk Seri Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man.
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THE Ranhill Group is committed to enriching lives through sustainable solutions in water, wastewater and energy. With proven capabilities as a leading water operator in Johor, Ranhill’s presence in the environment sector also extends to wastewater management in Thailand and China, while in the energy sector, it is the largest Independent Power Producer (IPP) in Sabah through a 21-year power purchase agreement with Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd for the sale of up to 380 megawatts (MW) electrical generation capacity and electricity production.
FOR an emerging economy like Malaysia, whose landscape is dotted with skyscrapers, industries and commercial entities and with an ever-growing population of urban and rural communities, sustainable water and power are key to developing progressively.