People who live in Klang Valley should take note of this piece of information!
Air Selangor just announced that most Klang Valley areas will be experiencing a water disruption that will last for two to four days, starting next week on Tuesday (23rd July 2019). Oh no!
This announcement was made via Facebook and you can take a look at the post below:
Carian Mudah Informasi Gangguan Bekalan Air Berjadual LRA SSP1, klikhttps://www.syabas.com.my/carianmudahssp1
According to FMT, the disruptions will be taking place because of the water treatment, which will happen at the Sungai Selangor treatment plant. The treatments are intended to improve the water supply to Selangor, Kuala Lumpur (KL) and Putrajaya.
Air Selangor said,
“These improvisation works will mean the full shutdown of the plant.”
Having said that, the water disruptions will happen in many major cities like the ones mentioned below:
- Kuala Lumpur
- Petaling Jaya
- Shah Alam
In the meantime, the areas where the water treatment will be carried out are shown in the picture below:
On that note, if you’d like to be kept abreast with the full list of the areas that will be affected by the water treatment works, you can view it on Syabas’ website. Not only that but you can find the latest information relating to Syabas on the site as well.
Don’t forget to share this article with people who are staying in the Klang Valley areas which are affected by the water disruption.
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