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Putrajaya spent over RM10bil since 2010 on water supply services in S'gor, says Kettha

PUTRAJAYA: Over RM10bil has been spent by Putrajaya on water supply services in Selangor since 2010, mostly for the Pahang-Selangor water transfer project and a new water treatment plant.

Time to consider desalination for water needs

From DATUK DR NIK ZAMRI MAJID of Power Assets Holdings Limited, The Utility Infrastructure Company, Kuala Lumpur.

Maximus: RM5mil pipeline for Pahang-Selangor water transfer tunnel

KARAK: The Federal government has set aside RM5mil to build a pipeline from the end of the Pahang-Selangor Raw Water Transfer project tunnel in Langat Selangor to the Sungai Langat river in preparation for the impending El Nino phenomenon.

Water from Pahang not a swift solution

KUALA LUMPUR: The proposal to channel raw water from Pahang to existing water treatment plants in Selangor is feasible but a solution to the water woes will not come swiftly as hoped and expected by consumers.

The money and politics behind the water deal

A combination of mounting bond obligations and a possible change at the helm in Selangor have paved the way for the state and federal governments to hammer out a deal that Mentri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim believes will force the water concessionaires to come to the table.

No turning off the water issue

SELANGOR is facing a range of issues and water supply is among them.

‘Resume talks to restructure water services’

PETALING JAYA: The Selangor state government has been asked to resume negotiations with water concessionaires to restructure the water services in the state.

IJM upgraded on property upside

WE are upgrading our recommendation on IJM from a “market perform” to an “outperform”. Our upgrade is mainly premised on our in-house upgrade of IJMLands target price coupled with its still ample upside (+12%) from the current share price.

Dramatic turn to water woes

THERE must be an end to the water crisis in Selangor before taps run dry.

Dramatic turn to water woes

THERE must be an end to the water crisis in Selangor before taps run dry.