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In Kuala Lumpur, the rainwater harvesting system is compulsory in the development order since 2011 for bungalow and semi-detached houses but Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has made it compulsory for all new developments.
KOTA KINABALU: Thousands of villagers in Sabah are set to benefit from the newly installed rainwater harvesting system, thanks to Heineken Malaysia and local radio station Kupi-Kupi FM.
THE rainwater harvesting and utilisation system (SPAH) should be extended and implemented in the planning and designing of landscaped areas as well as residential and industrial buildings, said Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali.
A desire to reduce water consumption and to go green prompted a resident in Petaling Jaya to install a rainwater harvesting system six months ago.
Efforts are being made by local authorities and developers to encourage the harvesting of rainwater in the Klang Valley as an alternative source of non-treated water in the event of a dry spell.
FORMER Selangor Water Department assistant engineer A. Somanath has urged the state to encourage people in all nine districts to harvest rainwater.
Instead of just flowing off the roof, rainwater at the Waterco plant is collected for use.
FOR the Chinese, shui (water) means fortune and that is what the Selangor-based BacFree Group of Companies business is all about.
AS of the end of 2011, a total of 418 residential and commercial development pro-jects in Petaling Jaya have been approved with the requirement to install a rainwater harvesting system.
A project to harness rainwater and grow vegetables provide hands-on learning for schoolkids.