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Residents of Hulu Selangor may experience water disruptions with the shutdown of the Sungai Selisik water treatment plant caused by pollution after an oil tanker lorry had crashed and spilled its load of diesel fuel on the North-South Expressway (NES) near Behrang, Selangor.
According to Air Selangor, a total of eight areas in the district would be impacted by the temporary water cuts affecting more than 700 residents and businesses in;
- Kampung Sungai Nilam/Kampung Seri Pagi
- Kampung Lalang Sungai Selisek
- Rumah Murah PKT 2, Kampung Serigala
- Kampung Orang Asli Serigala
- Kampung Bahom
- Kampung Sekolah
- Clinic Quarters
- Kampung Gesir Tengah.
Mobile water tanks have been deployed to provide the public with an emergency source of freshwater and authorities are currently working to take care of the oil spill and restore water services.
For more information and updates, simply head on over to Air Selangor’s official webpage or social media pages.
SIARAN MEDIA: HENTI TUGAS LOJI RAWATAN AIR SG. SELISIK BERIKUTAN KEMALANGAN JALARAYA YANG MENYEBABKAN PENCEMARAN SUMBER AIR MENTAH— Air Selangor (@air_selangor) May 28, 2020
MEDIA RELEASE: SG. SELISIK WATER TREATMENT PLANT SHUTDOWN FOLLOWING A ROAD ACCIDENT THAT CAUSED POLLUTION IN RAW WATER SOURCE pic.twitter.com/GdJ4CoUF8d
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